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  • Graduate School Welcome Event for new UWE Postgraduate Researchers (PGRs)

    Date: 01 October 2021
    Venue: tbc

    Get your PGR studies off to a flying start, with this overview of what's what and who's who and opportunity to meet other new and current PGRs.

  • The Progression Exam – a workshop for UWE Postgraduate Researchers

    Date: 04 October 2021
    Venue: TBC

    In this online workshop Dr Tim Moss, HAS PGR Director, will demystify this first major milestone in your postgraduate research journey. Along the way you'll gain practical hints and tips on what happens and when, and have plenty of opportunity to ask questions in a supportive, confidential peer environment.

  • Looking After Yourself During a Doctorate - a workshop for UWE Bristol Postgraduate Researchers

    Date: 11 October 2021
    Venue: TBC

    The postgraduate research journey is hugely rewarding, yet can also be intellectually and often emotionally challenging. Looking after your physical and mental health during your research degree is therefore paramount.

  • Developing Your Research Proposal (RD1) - a workshop for UWE Postgraduate Researchers

    Date: 14 October 2021
    Venue: TBC

    You're registered as a UWE postgraduate researcher, so what comes next? This workshop will help you navigate Project Registration (RD1), the first major assessment point where we establish that your research proposal has potential to become a doctorate.

  • Progress Review – a workshop for UWE Postgraduate Researchers

    Date: 18 October 2021
    Venue: TBC

    In this online workshop Dr Tim Moss, HAS PGR Director, will take you through Progress Review stages 2 and beyond – what to expect and how to navigate the system. Along the way you'll gain practical hints and tips and have plenty of opportunity to ask questions in a supportive, confidential peer environment.

  • Postgraduate Research (PGR) Supervision Masterclass

    Date: 21 October 2021
    Venue: TBC

    Doctoral supervision is situated within an ever-shifting pedagogical and policy landscape, and as a Director of Studies or supervisor you are key to your PGRs' success.

  • The Final Viva - a workshop for UWE Postgraduate Researchers

    Date: 22 October 2021
    Venue: TBC

    Essential advice from Svetlana Cicmil, FBL PGR Director, 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 assessment stage.

  • Introduction to Qualitative Research – a workshop for UWE Postgraduate Researchers

    Date: 02 November 2021
    Venue: TBC

    Muddled about methods? Unsure about ontology? If you're conducting qualitative research for the first time – or want to brush up on these fundamental questions – then this workshop is for you. We'll be covering qualitative research design and its epistemic underpinnings, before moving on to data collection and analytic strategies. You'll take away knowledge of the theoretical basis of qualitative research, and begin to consider strategies for practical application.
  • 9th Annual Conference - Sensors in Medicine 2021

    Date: 08 November - 12 November 2021
    Venue: Virtual

    Sensors in Medicine 2021, the 9th in this annual series and the 2nd in virtual space, is not the largest conference on biosensors but arguably is the most important because it deals specifically with innovative applications in medicine and healthcare. Established biosensor applications in pregnancy testing and diabetes monitoring are now joined by infectious disease, cancer and other diagnostic tests. New Point of Care tests, Linear Flow platforms, Wearable and Implantable biosensors now appear almost daily.
  • Guide to Searching and Organising the Literatures – a workshop for UWE Bristol Researchers

    Date: 08 November 2021
    Venue: TBC

    Working with literatures is an integral part of research. It requires you to be organised in your strategies for seeking out the work of others and also to keep comprehensive records. This workshop, run by Library Services, will provide you with tools and techniques to navigate this element of your project. It will also include an introduction to reference management tools widely used at UWE. Aimed at: UWE Bristol Postgraduate Researchers and research staff.

  • Postgraduate Research (PGR) Supervision Masterclass

    Date: 24 November 2021
    Venue: TBC

    Doctoral supervision is situated within an ever-shifting pedagogical and policy landscape, and as a Director of Studies or supervisor you are key to your PGRs' success.

  • Introduction to Doctoral Supervision: Pedagogy and Practice

    Date: 29 November 2021
    Venue: TBC

    Aimed at new UWE doctoral supervisors, this course charts key aspects of the doctoral journey from admission to completion. You'll have opportunities to share your experiences with, and learn from academic colleagues from across the University.

  • IP an Copyright: what it is and how to manage it to get the best from your research – workshop for UWE Researchers

    Date: 02 December 2021
    Venue: TBC

    This session will provide an insight into what intellectual property (IP) is and how it relates to your research. You'll find out how to use copyright material legally in your doctoral thesis or other research outputs, from seeking permission and attributing material to finding and using copyright-free and creative commons licensed resources. Along the way we'll dispel some common myths and pitfalls about IP and copyright, and explain the UWE Bristol IP policy.
  • Project Management in a Digital World – a workshop for UWE Bristol researchers

    Date: 07 December 2021
    Venue: TBC

    “If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it?”

    A workshop of digital tools to help you feel more in control of your project on a day to day level.

  • Getting Published – a workshop for UWE Bristol Postgraduate Researchers and research staff

    Date: 16 December 2021
    Venue: TBC

    Publish or leave your ideas on your desk? Open Access, digital media, the impact agenda, the Covid-19 pandemic: all these are having significant influences on academic publishing. The industry is changing rapidly, but opens exciting opportunities too! Come and discover with academic and creative writer Professor John T. Hancock how to get your research published amidst this ever-changing landscape.

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