How to Participate
Postdocs at Warwick
Apply to join the IAS community as an Associate Fellow to receive Outlook invitations to all our Accolade events.
Accept Teams invitations via Outlook. Explore the Accolade channel on the IAS Postdoc Community Teams Space. We also have channels on fellowships, funding, news, resources and more.
Accolade is our twice-weekly flagship training and events programme designed to help IAS Fellows establish an independent academic career. Co-created, facilitated and constantly updated with Fellows, Warwick staff and external consultants, it is a participatory programme of research webinars, training events and panel discussions.
Since March 2020 and throughout the academic year 20/21 Accolade has run online. This includes a Research Webinar Series on Tuesday afternoons and weekly training events on Thursday afternoons during the Autumn, Spring and Summer terms. See tabs for details.
View the Autumn Schedule 20/21 which includes event titles, list of facilitators and learning outcomes for each session.
At the start of academic year 20/21, IAS welcomes new WIRL COFUND, Early Career and Associate Fellows to the IAS Community and introduces a new leadership competencies framework.
This term there will be a focus on self-awareness and communicating research and professional experience within the programme.
View the Spring Schedule 20/21 which includes event titles, list of facilitators and learning outcomes for each session.
This term there will be a focus on principles of compliance and governance and on developing a publication strategy within the programme.
View the Summer Schedule 20/21 which includes event titles, list of facilitators and learning outcomes for each session.
In April 2020, IAS welcomes new Early Career and Associate Fellows to the IAS Community.
This term there will be a focus on building a professional profile online and applying for jobs and funding.
Join the IAS Postdoc Community every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon via Teams. Contact the IAS with any questions about Accolade via email at ECR@warwick.ac.uk
Giving a short research presentation to a non-specialist audience and receiving written feedback from my peers was a new experience for me. I think it improved my ability to communicate my research to a broader audience which was useful when applying for fellowships.
- IAS Early Career Fellow