On the 30 September, Warwick's Faculty of Arts is launching its Centre for Arts Doctoral Research Excellence (CADRE).
CADRE will bring together excellent PhD development provision from departments across the Faculty to build a vibrant interdisciplinary arts research training environment for over 200 students. Students will be able to access Faculty seminars and reading groups, an interdisciplinary conference, and a humanities focused workshop series which allows participants to fine tune essential research skills such as using archives, and working with digital humanities data.
If you would like to attend the launch on the 30 September 12pm till 1pm, please email Z dot J dot Hooley at warwick dot ac dot uk for more information.
Supervisors within the Arts are encouraging their PhD students to get involved with the CADRE PG Arts Development Exchange, where students can gain a £100 bursary in exchange for organising an interdisciplinary peer-to-peer learning experience.
To find out more about the CADRE workshop series, PG Arts Development Exchange or the PG Arts Research Festival, contact Zara Hooley(Z dot J dot Hooley at warwick dot ac dot uk), CADRE Administrator, or Dr.Penny Roberts(Penny dot Roberts at warwick dot ac dot uk), CADRE Director for more information.