The Peer Development Exchange is an opportunity for you to earn £100 towards research costs in exchange for sharing your expertise and knowledge with your peers.
Could you run a one-off session for other PGR students on an aspect of your research, methodology or research practice?
Gain teaching experience
Practice communicating your research
Great for your CV
Meet other PGR students
As a PGR student you are becoming an expert. CADRE would like to offer you the chance to share your expertise with other PG students in the Faculty. In the Spring of 2019 we will be looking to recruite 10 PGR students to run one seminar each during 2019. In return for your time and effort we will award you a £100 bursary to use against any conference attendance or travel.
What topics are allowed?
The important thing to remember is that this is not simply a conference presentation on your work to date. It is a development workshop. Consider aspects of your work which may have wider appeal across the faculty. Have you got some experience of using archives? Have you conducted interviews or used an interesting qualitative methodology? Are you becoming an expert in Bourdieu or Foucault? Whatever it is, it must have broad appeal.
- Applications will open in the Spring 2019 term
- Results announced to students mid Spring term
- Students run sessions in April and May 2019
When open applications can be submitted here.