Coming up on the RDP…



View the upcoming workshops between January-March:

Copyright for Researchers 01/02/2018 12.15 13.45 Roger Fairman Edward Elgar (St Johns)
Shut Up and Write @ The Hive 07/02/2018 10.00 14.00 Su Fagg and Charlotte Taylor The Hive
How to work with the media to share your research 08/02/2018 10.00 13.00 Sally Jones Edward Elgar (St Johns)
Archival Research 20/02/2018 12.15 14.15 Prof. Suzanne Schwarz Jenny Lind (City)
Social Networking:  benefits for researchers 22/02/2018 17.15 18.45 Verity Postlethwaite Charles Hastings (City)
Dealing with Difficult Research Interview Situations 27/02/2018 12.15 14.15 Dr Katherine Gordon-Smith, Prof. Lisa Jones & Prof. Eleanor Bradley Binyon (St Johns)
Viva Preparation 01/03/2018 12.15 14.15 Helen Tabinor & Prof. Nick Evans Edward Elgar (St Johns)
Introduction to Statistical Methodology 05/03/2018 13.15 16.45 Dr Roy Bhakta Edward Elgar (St Johns)
Open Access 06/03/2018 12.15 14.15 Karol Kosinski Binyon (St Johns)
Applying for an academic post 08/03/2018 12.15 14.15 Charlotte Taylor Peirson (St Johns)
Using Interviews and Questionnaires in Research 13/03/2018 12.15 14.15 Prof. Eleanor Bradley and Prof. Lisa Jones Hines (St Johns)
Effective Poster Presentations:  Preparation and Presentation 13/03/2018 17.15 18.45 Dr Mary Hanson Edward Elgar (St Johns)
Ethnographies in Research: Benefits and Challenges 14/03/2018 13.15 15.15 Dr Gyozo Molnar Binyon (St Johns)
Careers for Researchers 15/03/2018 12.15 13.45 Rosie Plimmer Jenny Lind (City)
Research Ethics 20/03/2018 13.00 16.00 Dr John-Paul Wilson Conference Centre (St Johns)
Basic R 21/03/2018 13.15 16.45 Dr Roy Bhakta Edward Elgar (St Johns)

How to book

Research Students: book online at and select ‘Researcher Development’ from the dropdown menu.

The 2017/18 programme can be found on Blackboard on the Researcher Development Programme – Students

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