While a joyful curiosity might be the fuel of research, doing it day-to-day can be really tough. The purpose of this programme is to help researchers move – even just a little bit – from a sense of merely surviving within the research process to thriving within it.
This introductory 2-hour lecture and Q&A is designed to show that evaluation and monitoring isn’t boring! Marge will introduce the basics of monitoring and evaluation in the cultural sector so that participants leave feeling invigorated about this area of work.
This training and development day aims at equipping postgraduate researchers across the arts and humanities with tools that will help them identify the potential their research projects hold to drive social transformation.
This workshop de-mystifies the literature review, helps you identify the purpose of your review for your reader, and offers techniques to develop the clear and coherent narrative that is such an important part of your project.
Year 1 of the PhD can feel chaotic and messy; imposter syndrome is common. In a constructive space away from the scrutiny of supervisors, this retreat offers you and your peers the chance to look objectively at your projects and how you write about them.