News on funding, conferences, social events, and opportunities for Warwick postgraduate students
The Doctoral College is offering two Postgraduate Researchers a maximum of £500 each to attend this event!
The University of Glasgow proposes to host the Guild PGR Summer School in 2020. The overarching theme for the week would be research communication, which encompasses many important topics relevant not only to the PhD experience, but also to future career plans.
• Communicating research to diverse audiences/non-academic audiences
• Communication within a multidisciplinary team
• Communicating with external stakeholders
• Communicating with the media
This theme will provide opportunity for discussion, reflection, and practical skills development. Participants will be encouraged to reflect on research communication in their own PhDs, and to develop/enhance their skills in this area via group work, workshops, and a variety of experiential activities. Putting the knowledge and skills gained throughout the week into practice, participants will work together to eventually produce an online publication on research communication, which would be available to all PhD students.
They will draw on the expertise of staff and students from the University’s Glasgow Research Beacons, cross-disciplinary areas of research excellence, who will develop and deliver content based on their extensive experience in both working within cross-disciplinary teams and working with other institutions, funders, practitioners, policymakers and charities. Other staff from across the University with appropriate expertise will develop resources and deliver sessions on topics such as managing a social media profile and presentation techniques.
Scholarships for Canadian Postgraduates Studying in the UK
The Canadian Centennial Scholarship Fund (CCSF) are pleased to announce awards of between £2,000 - £5,000 to Canadian nationals currently enrolled full-time on a multi-year postgraduate programme attending a UK University. The awards are across multiple disciplines including science, engineering, social science, humanities, music, creative art, design, and more.
The competition opens on 16th January 2019 and closes at midnight on 10th March 2019.
Full details reagarding eligibility, required documentation and how to apply can be found on the web-site link provided above.
A new scholarship for entry in October 2018 has now launched for eligible candidates applying for an MPhil/PhD in Articicial Intelligence. Further details are available at the link provided.
The Graduate School has established a Postgraduate Experience Enhancement Fund, allowing you to take ownership for the improvement and growth of your community and experience, as well as that of your peers.
Using this fund you could develop careers guidance resources, create an interdisciplinary journal, or establish a reading group - it is your opportunity to make the kind of improvements you want to see for the postgraduate experience.
This fund is intended to have a fast turnaround so you can see improvements to your experience throughout the year.