The 7 Secrets of Highly Successful Researchers

One of my colleagues at the University of Strathclyde alerted me to this opportunity.  I thought some of you may be interested in attending. Find out about it in their words below.

Update to this post.  Sorry since I posted this morning the places at this lecture have filled already.  If you are interested you can still put your name on a waiting list but it is growing.

Guest lecture: The 7 Secrets of Highly Successful Researchers

17 February 2014, 10am – 12.30pm

The University of Strathclyde’s Researcher Development Programme is delighted to announce a special guest lecture from Hugh Kearns on ‘The 7 secrets of Highly Successful Researchers’. Hugh is one of the world’s leading researchers and practitioners in doctoral studies. He lectures all over the world and has written extensively on the PhD experience including having several articles published in the journal ‘Nature’ based on his work. During the interactive session, Hugh will describe the key habits that his research and experience with thousands of students shows will make a difference to how quickly and easily students complete the PhD.

If you are interested in attending you’ll need to be quick at there are only 20 free places for students from other universities.  E-mail your name, department, year and institution to researcher.development@strath.ac.uk to secure your place. Details of the location will be circulated to attendees in advance of the event (but it will obviously be in Glasgow).

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