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Practice No. 1212
Last modified: 14/03/2011 14:31:13
Institution: University College LondonOverview of Personal Development Workshops for Research Students taught by UCL Student Psychological Services (previously Student Counselling Service).
Practice No. 1215
Last modified: 14/03/2011 14:15:39
Institution: University College LondonImpact Assessment Project for UCL's "Maximising your Potential" personal and professional development programme for research students. Programme Director and impact project leader Dr Paul Walker from UCL's Centre for the Advancement of Learning and Teaching.
Practice No. 1214
Last modified: 14/03/2011 14:13:41
Institution: University College LondonImpact Assessment Project for UCL's Entrepreneurship Provision. Programme Director and impact project leader Tim Barnes from UCL Advances.
Practice No. 812
Last modified: 10/03/2011 09:49:40
Institution: University of StirlingA Researcher Development Framework has been produced by the Researcher Task Group at the University of Stirling to assist researchers to make decisions regarding their personal, professional and career development opportunities.
Practice No. 1249
Last modified: 21/02/2011 16:41:42
Institution: University of GlasgowGlasgow's Students' representative council and the University are working in partnership to boost PGR representation, ensuring reps have adequate support, resources and training to fulfil their full potential in the role and effectively contribute to policy and strategy development.
Practice No. 1213
Last modified: 16/12/2010 16:29:57
Institution: University of DurhamThis course moves beyond getting researchers to think about the importance of evaluating information and considers the multitude of influences that impact on how critical we are able to be. This session introduces a range of cognitive biases that affect how we value information. It emphasises the subjective nature of any criteria for evaluation and will demonstrate the importance of considering these alongside objective and intersubjective values to ensure researchers are best able to make evaluative judgements about the information they find for your research.
Practice No. 1226
Last modified: 30/11/2010 13:39:12
Institution: University of YorkThe Department of Chemistry at the University of York developed a suite of training in the area of Enterprise, KT and impact in 2009/ 2010. These courses were developed and delivered within the Green Chemistry team led by Professor James Clark with input from a range of academics and industrial partners. The following text is largely from the promotional material supplied by Sue Couling firstname.lastname@example.org. The courses offered included: 1. Intellectual Property, Business Opportunities And The Impact Of Environmental Legislation 'Increasingly demanding environmental legislation can enable green chemists to develop technologies and new business opportunities' 2. Commercialisation of Science 'Following on from Intellectual Property, students will learn about technology transfer, licensing, and setting up a spin out company to market their greener product' 3. Public Awareness of Science and Sustainability 'Training and practical experience of designing, planning and taking part in a range of public facing events'
Practice No. 1233
Last modified: 30/11/2010 11:54:08
Institution: University of LeedsThis course supports researchers whilst they write publications. Giving them practical help with structuring and writing papers and also support to find the time and motivation produce a complete first draft.
Practice No. 1238
Last modified: 26/11/2010 10:33:19
Institution: King's College, University of LondonA cross-disciplinary event aimed at giving early career researchers an insight into different careers in the academic environment and also the variety of routes into an academic career.
Practice No. 1237
Last modified: 26/11/2010 07:50:33
Institution: University of YorkInitial findings from attitudes towards entrepreneurship survey suggested that many researchers were more interested in the concept of social enterprise than "traditional" enterprise.