Audience: Early-career academics (“future leaders”). Participants must have completed their PhD and be in post.
Purpose: Networking for those at a similar career stage.
Date: Wednesday 9th September 2020, 10:30am-4pm
The deadline for ticket sales is midday on Friday 22nd August 2020, but spaces are limited to 20 participants so early booking is recommended.
This workshop looks at some of the issues for those aiming to develop a career in academia. It is designed for post-doctoral staff and staff in the early years of their careers. The outcome should be a clearer understanding of how promotional procedures operate, and the start of an action plan to achieve longer term career goals.
Ambition to succeed is great; aspiration, dedication and enthusiasm are great. Progress is undoubtedly helped by an agenda, plans, a strategy and objectives. The point of these workshops is to help colleagues move to practical issues that can assist in career management.
As an early career researcher, you may find the following interesting – https://www.bera.ac.uk/blog/early-career-researchers-20-tips-for-career-development
Before the Event
Participants must submit in advance:
- a brief biography (PhD details, where employed, how long employed);
- their institutions’ promotion criteria;
a one-page grant proposal. This should cover all the essential aspects of an EPSRC New investigator Award (or equivalent), on one side of A4.