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Postgraduate Networking Event 2021

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Are you currently a postgraduate student conducting research on, or around, any of the following themes:

  • Innovation

  • Futures of Work

  • Health and Wellbeing

  • Creative Industries

Or perhaps you may just have a general interest in the above themes, and would like to learn more about them?
If so, it would be our great pleasure to invite you to join our PGR network community which will centre around our GRP. Our GRP (Global Research Priority) Program looks to respond to complex global challenges that only be tackled through research excellence.
Our GRP, entitled Productivity and the Futures of Work unites world renowned academics from around the globe, across different disciplines, to address questions around Productivity, Mental Health and Innovation within the workplace as well as assessing the future of Creative Freelance Working. We have affiliations with a number of prominent research centres that help us to achieve our one key aim:
To harness the potential of innovation in a changing work place to support the productivity and well-being of the Workforce.
To learn more about how our GRP can support you with your studies, enhance your development, and shape your future, then please feel free to come along to our first ever PGR Capacity Building event which will take place on the 25th November, from 5pm -7pm at Warwick Business School, Drinks and Refreshments will also be provided. To register your interest, and/or confirm your place, then please click here
Our PGR Event will offer you a chance to meet other members of our multidisciplinary community, make connections, as well as receive an official welcome from our GRP team. Our team is built upon a culture of innovation, outstanding facilities, and unique opportunities, that will help you achieve your research ambitions. We very much hope that you can join us on the 25th of November and we look forward to working with you going forward.

To find out more about our GRP, and further student events then please follow us on Twitter: @ProductivityGRP