Workshops: Vitae Researcher Development International Conference 2016

 

 

Workshop O                                                   

Presenters                                                   Organisation                                                       

 O1 

The landscape of researcher development, Vitae resources and membership                                                      

Vitae
Vitae
Vitae

 

Workshop A titles

Presenters                                                   Organisation                                                       

 A1 

Supporting universities in using the developing the next generation leadership development resources

Presentation

Brunel University
Vitae

A2

So you've got a mentoring scheme - what next? - Embedding mentoring and developing a mentoring culture

University of St Andrews
Vitae

A3

Out in the open: supporting researchers in navigating an open research landscape

Heriot-Watt University
Jisc

A4

CTRIVE and ACTivator: international co-operation in competence development for research staff

Karlstad University, Sweden
Karlstad University, Sweden
Liverpool John Moores University

A5

International, interactive, intercultural – Modern approaches to teaching grant writing

Presentation

Net4Mobility

A6

A practice sharing platform for developing the pedagogy of supervision in new supervisor development programmes

University of Sunderland

A7

View from the front line : supporting the challenges of a clinical academic career path

The Royal Marsden/Institute of Cancer Research
Institute of Cancer Research
Institute of Cancer Research

 A8

‘Flipped Development’ – From passive to active development

Presentation

Dr Tony Bromley University of Leeds 

 A9

University of Dundee
University of St Andrews
Catalyst Editorial

 

 

Workshop B titles

Presenters                                                    Organisation                                                       
 B1 
Vitae
jobs.ac.uk

 B2 

Turn a team of experts into an expert team; insights, tools and best practice from the science of team science field

Institute of Cancer Research
Institute of Cancer Research
 B3
Coventry University
Coventry University

 B4

Recipe for success? Creating a vibrant academic community for doctoral researchers which fosters their development

Presentation

University of Kent
University of Kent
University of Kent
University of Kent

 B5

Researcher development and the varied experiences of being a researcher

Shailesh Appukuttan

University of Huddersfield
 B6

Loughborough University
University of Nottingham

 B7

Unconscious bias, gender stereotypes and sexism in pedagogy and the research environment

Dr Karen Jones University of Reading

B8

Exploring the psychology of researcher development through the lenses of motivation and resilience

Ulster University
University of Southampton

 

Workshop C titles

Presenters                                     Organisation                   

 C1 

Is the Concordat reaching all staff engaged in research?

Presentation 1

Presentation 2

AHRC
Science Council/ University of Nottingham
University of Leeds

 C2

Solutions for researcher developers to support effective and sustainable research staff associations

University of Strathclyde
University of Dundee
University of Sheffield
Vitae
University of Warwick 

 C3

Oxford Brookes University
Lancaster University
Lancaster University

 C4

From practice to research: supporting and developing researcher-practitioners

Presentation

University of Brighton
Coventry University
Northumbria University
Northumbria University
 C5
Centre for Genomic Regulation
The Babraham Institute
Centre for Genomic Regulation

 C6

What matters most to you as supervisor? Cultivating a Supervisor Lens for the RDF

University of Central Lancashire
University of Central Lancashire
Vitae

 C7

Truly transnational researcher development: opportunities, challenges and the lessons learnt

Presentation

Heriot-Watt University
Vitae
University of Nottingham

 C8

Enabling flexible pedagogies for technology-enhanced learning: learners’ needs, examples, tools and action plans

Pete Alfano
University of Sunderland
Manchester Metropolitan University
University of Leicester
University of Leicester
University of Leicester

 

Workshop D titles

Presenters                                               Organisation                      

 D1 

The Concordat and HR Excellence in research award – what next?

Vitae
Vitae
 D2
Vitae
University of East Anglia
Kings College London
Coventry University

 D3

Increasing the power and effectiveness of researcher development programmes through enhanced research leadership and team communication

Presentation 1

Presentation 2

Polytechnic Institute of Santarem
Nagoya University
University of Leeds 
 D4
Queen Mary University of London 
University College London
Vitae
Oxford Brookes University
 D5
University of Bath
University of Bath
 D6
Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities
White Rose College of the Arts & Humanities
University of Nottingham
University of Nottingham
Consortium for the Humanities and the Arts South-East England (CHASE)
 D7
University of Leicester
University of Leicester
 D8
University of Warwick 
Independent Infographic Designer and Trainer
De Montfort University 
De Montfort University