**SGSAH Studentship Opportunities 2022**
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Thu, 27 May 2021 16:18:00 BST
Heard about this storytelling thing and want to know more? This is the workshop for you. Stories are one of the most effective ways to engage audiences with your work. Research is ripe for finding impactful tales, from personal anecdotes to making the best use of examples, storytelling is an invaluable skill for anyone who wants to present with impact.
This workshop will introduce the process of writing a journal article. From targeting a journal and finding topics to developing your arguments and getting to grips with using social media through the process.
A lively and informative one hour interactive webinar considering different ways in which researchers can work with industry including collaboration, joint funding, consultancy, startup and a career in business.
Fri, 28 May 2021 16:18:00 BST
This half-day training session will reflect on the challenges of conducting collaborative research. Drawing on insights from a range of guest speakers the workshop will be divided into three parts, focusing on designing, conducting, and presenting the findings from these types of research projects.
This session considers the extra-textual / haptic / somatic / olfactory / temporal value of using practical re-enactments as a method in research. impact and career pathways.
This workshop is an opportunity to review our own writing habits; to explore and practice writerly techniques that can help use precious writing time more efficiently; to set up realistic and imaginative daily routines; and to analyse when it’s best to ease off and when to press on.
Thu, 20 May 2021 16:18:00 BST
Prospectives 2021 is a one-day symposium highlighting an international selection of work by graduate and PhD students working at the edge of developments in scholarly and practice based work involving digital technologies.
Tue, 25 May 2021 10:52:00 BST
Online video exhibition from six contemporary European artists at different stages of their careers, daily artists talks, and discussion session on digital curation.
Mon, 01 Jun 2020 14:43:00 BST
An inspiration for the book Problem Spaces was Richard Serra’s claim that ‘Drawing is a verb’. Serra himself draws attention to the relations in which the action that ‘simply acts’ takes place: he describes the list as a series of ‘actions to relate to oneself, material, place, and process’. Problem Spaces tries to describe what this might involve at a time when the epistemic infrastructures in which knowledge is produced are undergoing radical change.
This is a co-inquiry session, where, using some creative practices we explore our experience of this extraordinary time we’ve lived through. Much has happened in the last 15 months. COVID-19 has had consequences for ourselves, our study and our future work. Some have grieved, some have hibernated, some have renovated, some discovered connections and extended networks. Each placed different demands on us and all are part of the emerging story of living during the pandemic.
This workshop will consider the value of creativity and innovation in heritage practice, and how they can be used for developing community engagement, research impact and career pathways.
Undertaking a pitch for a research grant or fellowship can be daunting. Using the example of a pitch for a Research Council Fellowship, we look at: What elements you need to think about when planning your pitch, How to prepare the pitch itself, How to prepare yourself and more.
Fast paced, intellectually stimulating and highly interactive workshop focusing on creative idea generation; how to recognise possibilities and think with a strategic and creative mind-set. Learn how to think big, spot new research collaborations, solve tricky problems and generate ideas.
In this workshop we’ll read like writers, i.e. unpick the techniques writers use to create different effects; dissect the choices writers make and analyse how and why they make them; and identify writerly ways not just with words but also with punctuation.
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