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PGR Matters

These mini information sessions are for you to find out more about topics important to Researcher life. They give you the opportunity to meet other PGR's (online) and have a break! Book onto the sessions by clicking here and selecting the sessions you want to join. You will then receive the Teams meeting request to allow you to join the session.

Dates for 2020-2021
5th November- 2pm

The Brilliant Club is an award-winning university access charity that works with schools and universities across the UK. Are you a Phd Researcher looking for teaching opportunities? Are you a Phd researcher looking for meaningful community engagement? Join this session to find out more.

 

 

w/c 16 November (TBC)

Warwick Enterprise- it is Global Entrepreneurship Week hear more about this and other opportunities from the Warwick Enterprise Team.

 

 

2nd December- 2pm

Publishing- Are you thinking about publishing? Unsure where to start? Join our Q&A with the Library’s Scholarly Communications Manager and a published author for hints and tips on what, where and when to share your research with the scholarly community.

 
w/c 14th December

tbc how about something fun? An activity, online game with PGR colleagues

More dates to be added soon.......

Past events

IT services- view the online induction presentation from IT services for this new academic year.

Careers- session led by Chris Manley, Senior Careers Consultant. Information on the support available to PGR's on careers and tips on what to think about. more information on the support available can be found here

Wellbeing- Session delivered by Wellbeing Support Services- information on the services available for PGR's from the Warwick Wellbeing Support Team can be found here

The Brilliant Club- The Brilliant Club is an award-winning university access charity that works with schools and universities across the UK. Are you a Phd Researcher looking for teaching opportunities? Are you a Phd researcher looking for meaningful community engagement?

The Library- session attended by the PG Community Engagement Team and the library talked about what support they provide for research and researchers.

Researcher Development Online (RDO)- session delivered by a PGR colleague Tina Janssen, on RDO sessions currently being offered. Information can also be found here.

My Community- if you are interested in getting involved in building your PGR community and want to engage in a social community online get in touch with the doctoralcollege@warwick.ac.uk 

Doing your viva online- for information on doing your viva online see here

Let us know what topics you'd like to hear about by completing our feedback form.