Tag Archives: impact

Find out more about publishing

We’ve been notified of an event on publishing at the end of June that you may be interested in.  There are free places available for PhD students.  Have a look at the details below if you think you may be … Continue reading

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Global Leader Experience

University of Edinburgh students are invited to take part in an exciting Global Leader Experience (GLE) programme which will run from 16 – 19 February 2016. One hundred University of Edinburgh students from at least 25 nationalities will work together … Continue reading

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The art of networking – test out your approach

A new networking game for PhD students is now available to help you to experiment with, evaluate and learn various networking skills, strategies and techniques. Why not have a go at this and let us know what you think? You … Continue reading

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Public engagement training for Arts and Humanities PhD Students

If you are a PhD student in the arts and humanities you can apply to undertake training in public engagement in Aberdeen with the BBC’s Helen Keen. Selected participants will travel to the University of Aberdeen on 19 November to … Continue reading

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Research Impact & Public Engagement for Career Success

Research impact and public engagement are important parts of the portfolio of experience you should be building if you would like to have a career in academic research. jobs.ac.uk is holding a FREE 60-minute live video event via a Google+ … Continue reading

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Conference – Research in the 21st Century: Data, Analytics and Impact

A number of free, sponsored tickets are available for a research conference being held at the University of Edinburgh Business School on 19 June. The conference will focus on changes and developments in research communication in academia and how this affects research careers. Talks … Continue reading

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How to develop your profile in and outside academia

Just in case you haven’t noticed this Vitae event for researchers I thought I’d mention it.  It’s a live online #vitaehangout dedicated to self-promotion, pitching your ideas, networking and developing your independent profile inside or outside academia.  Thursday, 27 November, … Continue reading

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Getting Published – Are you targeting the right titles?

If you’re starting to think about submitting a paper for publication, you might be interested in a recent Careers Intelligence article “Looking to get published? Don’t take it as read” in the Times Higher Education Supplement, 23-29 October 2014. The … Continue reading

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53 interesting ways to communicate your research

I’ve just been wading through many e-mails after an extended period of leave and  I came across an interesting post on The Thesis Whisperer blog.  It’s about communicating your research, an essential skill for all research students.  You can read … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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