Vitae Connections Week 2021: Call for Content
EXTENDED to 10 May deadline

Vitae Connections Week 2021: Call for Content

The deadline for the #Vitaecon2021 call for content submissions has been extended until Monday 10 May at 15:00 UK time. We invite you to submit your proposal for peer review relating to a live interactive workshop, or on demand content in the form of a short video or document (e.g. MP4, PDF, PPT), or a sociaI community building activity or session

Vitae Connections Week 2021
7-10 September 2021

Vitae Connections Week 2021

Bookings now open for Vitae Connections Week 2021 - our annual international researcher development conference reimagined as a fully online event. Access from anywhere, connect with colleagues, and be immersed in the latest policy and practice of researcher development.

See our draft programme

Supporting Researcher Mental Health and Wellbeing
13 May 2021

Supporting Researcher Mental Health and Wellbeing

This webinar will highlight and demonstrate resources available to support researcher mental health, including a discussion in the context of the pandemic and the next academic year.

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Vitae Member Forums 2021
April, May and June 2021

Vitae Member Forums 2021

Continuing our annual programme theme of community conversation, we will be hosting a number of Vitae member forums in April, May and June covering a variety of topics and challenges relevant to the Vitae community. These forums will be an opportunity to meet and discuss with peers from across Vitae membership and will be of interest to those involved in or responsible for supporting the development of researchers.

Book your place at one or more of these forums

Connections: Policy & practice

Connections: Policy & practice

The ‘Vitae Connections’ series of events is designed to provide insights, tools and tactics to make you more effective in a researcher development role and to support the continuing professional development of staff supporting researchers.

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The RDF: now and for the future
22 June 2021

The RDF: now and for the future

Share ideas, with your peers, about how the RDF intersects with other frameworks and supports or underpins other sector or institutional tools and approaches.

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Vitae Three Minute Thesis ® competition
10 September 2021

Vitae Three Minute Thesis ® competition

Three Minute Thesis challenges doctoral candidates to present a compelling spoken presentation on their research topic and its significance in just three minutes.

Your 3MT competition can be run virtually. Click here to find out how

Watch the 2020 competition

Registrations for the 2021 competition are now open.

Upcoming activities

Upcoming activities

Take a look at the upcoming activities for this year in our Vitae Annual Programme 2020-2021

The Vitae themes for 2020-2021 are: community conversation, researcher culture, wellbeing and mental health, communities of practice, demonstrating the impact of researcher development and researcher careers data

COMING SOON: Look out for our Annual programme for 2021-2022