Research staff blog 2011
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Have you had the kind of career that involves jumping from one research project to another? Does it allow you to feel you are building a career, or are you frustrated by constantly having to return to the starting line over and over, or develop skills that don’t have much mainstream value?
12 September 2011
Has anyone attended online careers fairs, virtual seminars or one-to-one sessions with advisers and would they like to share tips on how to make best use of this?
09 November 2011
How do you make sure that you take away the maximum from a course, careers day, workshop or conference that you have attended?
09 November 2011
Is there some kind of correlation between the activities people do in their spare time and the subjects they study?
09 October 2011
Last year I attended this workshop organised by a British NGO - "Sense about science" and "voice of young science". Not only did it make my role as a PGR more relevant in society but it gave me a sense of responsibility towards society at large. This is an invitation and testimony.
28 September 2011
This podcast is brought to you from the Vitae Researcher Development International Conference 2011, and is a summary of day 2 of this years conference.
13 September 2011
Would you have the guts to dance your PhD and publicise the video on the web?
02 September 2011
SAS and VoYS will be running a session at the British Science Festival on 13th September. Do come along!
18 August 2011
The House of Commons Science & Technology Committee suggesting this week that all early-career researchers should be given the option for training in peer review, would this work?
29 July 2011
Now that universities in England have published the level of tuition fees they will be setting for undergraduate provision in 2011-12, what if any are the implications for those of us doing research in those universities?
29 April 2011