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Working Collaboratively: The present and future of PhD research

Wednesday 25th November 2015
10.30am – 3.30pm
Wolfson Research Exchange, The Library, University of Warwick

This one day workshop aims to explore the opportunities and challenges presented by working collaboratively on your PhD and what it means for the future of PhD research. Collaborative studentships provide unique opportunities for doctoral researchers – and unique challenges.

This FREE one day event welcomes PhD students from all disciplines working in collaboration with non-academic institutions, providing the opportunity to:

  • Consider key challenges around collaborative research and strategies to navigate them
  • Share research and network with other collaborative students – 5 minute ‘Elevator pitch’ slots available!
  • Discuss the future of collaborative work within and beyond academia

If you wish to attend the workshop, please book your place here by Wednesday 18th November.(deadline extended - a few places still available)

The event is free, with lunch and refreshments provided.

We are looking for students to present a 5 minute ‘elevator pitch’ explaining their research, and key opportunities/challenges they’ve faced. Interested? Email: l.a.jansen-parkes@warwick.ac.uk

For a copy of the event poster please see here.

This event is supported and funded by the Warwick ESRC Doctoral Training Centre.