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  • The Progression Exam – workshop for UWE Postgraduate Researchers

    Date: 24 January 2020
    Venue: S Block, Ground Floor (level2), room 2S704, Frenchay Campus

    This workshop delivered by Dr Tim Moss will help you to successfully navigate Progression.

  • Research Integrity and Data Management

    Date: 29 January 2020
    Venue: UWE Frenchay Campus, Library Level 4, Room 4D24

    This workshop delivered by Dr Alistair Clark and Library Services will explain why universities have research ethics and data management processes, and how they function at UWE Bristol.

  • Music and Meditation

    Date: 03 February 2020
    Venue: Centre for Music, Frenchay Campus, Jazz Club, REH03 (2CPA008)

    Feeling stressed? Experience deeply relaxing meditation sessions led by Korean expert Dr Grace Hwang. Dr Hwang is undertaking research into the use of music in the art of meditation. There will be two courses running, one in February and one in March.

  • Collaborating and Connecting - a workshop for UWE Postgraduate Researchers

    Date: 05 February 2020
    Venue: UWE Frenchay Campus, E Block Level 4, Room 4E13A

    Aspects of building networks and working with other researchers will be investigated in this workshop and it will also touch on public engagement, dissemination and outreach from collaborative research.

  • UWE Global Migration Network Research Seminar

    Date: 05 February 2020
    Venue: 3X107, Frenchay Campus

    You are kindly invited to the UWE Global Migration Network research seminar where Dr Emma Agusita (UWE Bristol, Arts and Cultural Industries) will talk on “Family Migration, Separation and Communication & Visualising the Hostile Immigration Environment"
  • Change Management Learning Lab - From resistance to engagement

    Date: 06 February 2020
    Venue: Frome Room, Exhibition and Conference Centre, Frenchay Campus

    The Psychological Sciences Research Group and Applied Change Ltd, will jointly host an interactive session to discuss the evidence and practice related to organisational change, and resistances to it.

  • The Final Viva Examination - a workshop for UWE Postgraduate Researchers

    Date: 06 February 2020
    Venue: Room 3B043, B Block, Level 3, UWE Frenchay Campus

    Essential advice from Dr Svetlana Cicmil on preparing for your final viva voce examination and the post-viva process, with plenty of opportunities to ask all those questions you've been wondering about concerning the final assessmentstage.

  • Introduction to Nvivo – Two-Day Workshop for UWE Postgraduate Researchers

    Date: 10 February - 11 February 2020
    Venue: Room 3C24, Level 3, C Block, Frenchay Campus

    This two-day workshop will introduce you to the principles, functionality, and application of NVivo in the context of real qualitative research projects, illustrating how it can be used throughout the research process; from research design and literature review, through data analysis and write-up.

  • Music and Meditation Course 2

    Date: 10 February 2020
    Venue: REH03 (2CPA008), Jazz Club, Centre for Music, Frenchay campus

    Due to the success and popularity of the previous course, we are delighted to run this research study again. The Centre for Music are able to offer a unique opportunity to members to participate in a post-doctoral study on Music and Meditation. These nurturing and deeply relaxing sessions will be led by Meditation expert and Music Therapist Dr Grace Hwang. Please book onto all sessions.

  • Introduction to Grant Writing and Getting Funding: how to write, assess and deliver successful bids

    Date: 13 February 2020
    Venue: UWE Frenchay Campus, E Block Level 4, Room 4E13A

    This workshop will help participants explore potential routes to funding, discover what makes a viable and successful fellowship bid, and understand how to write to funder requirements, situate bids in the wider context and make bids stand out ahead of others.

  • Half-day confidence workshop for postgraduate researchers - The Big Conversation

    Date: 14 February 2020
    Venue: Frenchay Campus, room 4E13A

    Piero Vitelli will facilitate this workshop for UWE Bristol postgraduate researchers.

    Standing between us and a sense of greater confidence are any number of hurdles to face and overcome, only two of which this course has time to consider; what it might be, and one way in which the world around us can sometimes appear to keep it at bay.

  • Half-day workshop for postgraduate researchers - Professional Relationships and Conflict Management

    Date: 14 February 2020
    Venue: Frenchay Campus, room 4E13A

    Each of us has total control over our intentions, but sometimes overlook the fact that others are the judge of our impact. This course, facilitated by Piero Vitelli, offers a framework that allows us to explore the motivations that underpin both of these, leaving us more effective both on good days and in times of conflict.

  • 'That's not on message': Narrative research, challenging dominant narratives and ethical responsibilities

    Date: 18 February 2020
    Venue: Room 2S705, S Block, Frenchay Campus

    The Bristol Inter-Disciplinary Group for Education Research (BRIDGE) is delighted to host a seminar talk from Professor Pat Sikes (School of Education, University of Sheffield).

  • Music and Meditation Course 1

    Date: 02 March 2020
    Venue: REH03 (2CPA008), Jazz Club, Centre for Music, Frenchay Campus

    The Centre for Music are pleased to offer a unique opportunity to members to participate in a post-doctoral study on Music and Meditation. These nurturing and deeply relaxing sessions will be led by Meditation expert and Music Therapist Dr Grace Hwang. Please book onto all 4 sessions.

  • Managing Your Career in or outside of Academia - a workshop for UWE Postgraduate Researchers

    Date: 03 March 2020
    Venue: UWE Frenchay Campus, E Block Level 4, Room 4E13A

    This session will outline different academic career pathways, the skill-sets required, promotional routes, and opportunities and challenges. It will also look at options outside of academia and how to translate the expertise gained via a PhD to different types of employer.

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