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Research Refresh
Wolfson Research Exchange, Floor 3, Library

Pop into the Research Exchange to enjoy some coffee and cake, while chatting with other researchers.

These sessions are a great opportunity to network with other researchers, discuss your research, and to take a break so that you can return to your work refreshed and relaxed.

Research Refresh runs throughout the year, apart from University closed days.

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Researcher Development- Dealing with Impostor Syndrome
Microsoft Teams

Worried that they might find out that you're not as bright and capable as they thought you were? Think that they meant to give someone else the research funding and they sent the email to you incorrectly? You’re not alone! Learn to banish your fears so you can enjoy your research with confidence.

YouTube: Impostor syndrome - YouTube

You can book on a PhD Wellbeing session without it appearing on your Skills Forge Record. You would not receive SF credits for your attendance but may give you the privacy you would prefer. Please book here expression of interest form (


Who is this for?

Stages of PhD

Early 0-14 months

Mid 12-24 months

Late 24-finish

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Researcher Development- Accelerator Series: Introduction to Project Management
Microsoft Teams

After attending this workshop, you should be able to: develop more knowledge about what project management tools can be used in your day to day tasks; understand importance of project management skills for your own research project; apply learned knowledge into practice; identify your stakeholders, and to understand their needs; manage stakeholder expectations; manage risks and issues, including changes to scope; review and learn from strengths and weaknesses of your own research project; and, ultimately, self-reflect on your own productivity and effectiveness.

YouTube: Project Management – YouTube

Accelerator is a series of sessions which we think is invaluable to getting your PhD off to the best start. There is no need to attend all of them, you can choose which you wish to come to.

Who is this for?

Early Stages of PhD (0-14 months)