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This event is for anyone who has recently taken on responsibility for supporting researchers in their professional development, whether as a full-time role or as a part-time activity.
Vitae is pleased to invite member HEIs to the next member networking seminar, co-hosted by the University of Hertfordshire.
Vitae is pleased to invite member HEIs to the next member networking seminar, co-hosted by the University of Essex.
Vitae is pleased to invite member HEIs to the next member networking seminar, co-hosted by UCLan.
This one-day event will use an Open Space format to explore ways to ensure appropriate professional development provision for all, whatever the route into, through and out of a doctoral degree. It’s open to all stakeholders in the professional development of researchers, particularly those working with part-time researchers and other researchers with non-linear career paths.
Building on earlier successful Vitae events in January and April, this event will focus on leadership and how to develop the next generation of researchers in a Scottish context.
Vitae is pleased to invite member HEIs to the Scotland and Northern Ireland network meeting, University of Aberdeen
Vitae is pleased to invite member HEIs to the Yorkshire and North East networking seminar, co-hosted by the Durham University
This one-day professional development event, part of our upcoming Leadership Focus, aims to develop the leadership capabilities of staff supporting researchers, both in the UK and globally. Submit your workshop proposals by 8 February.
Vitae is pleased to invite member HEIs to the Midlands networking seminar, co-hosted by Coventry University.
Vitae is pleased to invite member HEIs to the South East networking seminar, co-hosted by the University of Portsmouth
Vitae is pleased to invite member HEIs to the London membership networking seminar, co-hosted by Queen Mary University of London
From an early stage in their career, researchers are acting as supervisors and mentors, planning and managing projects, and leading the creation of new knowledge. But what should and could researchers do with their leadership experience?
Vitae is pleased to invite member HEIs to the South West and Wales networking seminar, co-hosted by the University of Gloucestershire.
Experience of leadership often happens from the early stages of a research career, but is not necessarily accompanied by formal recognition and opportunity for leadership training. So how do researchers develop their leadership capabilities and articulate them to others?
This one-day masterclass will explore enabling researchers to realise their leadership potential through continuing professional development.
This event will look at the practical implications for researcher developers of providing appropriate professional development and support to ‘open researchers’, in light of changing expectations.
Are you interested in a career in medical communications? Meet with a number of medical communications professionals for a highly engaging session which presents medical writing and account management in MedComms as attractive career options.
The established annual Vitae Researcher Development International Conference is the largest dedicated event that brings together all those with a strategic and practical role in developing researchers.
If you are new to researcher development, either as all or part of your role, this one day event will give you insights into how to add value to your role, create impact and effectively engage researchers in their professional development.
Every year the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) holds an International Energy Summer School for those studying PhD's in energy-related disciplines.
The challenges and opportunities of structure, identity, efficiency and effectiveness in the professional development of doctoral researchers
This one-day event will enable experienced researcher developers to plan for publishing research in their field.
A two day interactive course suitable for postdoctoral research staff who are starting to take leadership roles or who wish to take on more leadership roles in the future
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Vitae is pleased to invite member HEIs to the London regional meeting, co-hosted by the UCL Institute of Education.