Research PhDs: Impact and Career Development
Wednesday 25th May 2016, Room TB06, Time 11am - 4pm
This workshop is aimed at supporting PhD candidates employing Practice Research
methods, or any PhD programme with practice-based outcomes, in sharing and
communicating their knowledge claims effectively. The aims of the workshop
To provide advice on how to
best communicate your research to prospective employers.
Support discussion on the
effective usage of digital platforms and considering the long-term
accessibility of practice-based knowledge insights.
Receive feedback on your
current curatorial strategies for evidencing your research imperatives.
The first part of
the event will include a seminar on Practice Research and sustainability, along
with a discussion on how best to consider the disciplinary impact of your
practical outcomes. The main feature of the day will be a ‘Practice Research
Clinic’ that will allow each participant to receive feedback on their current
approach to sharing or evidencing their research. There will also be a guest
respondent who will take part in the second seminar, as well as offering expert
feedback as part of the clinic.
Lunch will be
provided. Please state any dietary requirements when booking.