Your career, your move: surveying the research landscape

Event for Research Staff at the University of Essex, May 12th 2010

This is the third year of running this 1-day participative event for researchers.

The programme looks at the changing research landscape and the challenges it presents to researchers deciding on their next career steps.

Themes include:

  • An academic career – the international context
  • Research careers outside academia
  • Women in academia
  • Where next with your research – the knowledge transfer option?

The key note speaker is Dr Tennie Videler from Vitae, the national organisation which champions the personal, professional and career development of doctoral researchers and research staff in higher education institutions and research institutes.

Professor Anthony Vickers of CSEE will open the event. There will also be contributions from Research Plus, an independent research agency, Dr Elizabeth Murchison from the Sanger Institute, Professor Rob Massara Deputy Vice Chancellor at the University, Dr Nick Constantinou of CCFEA, Professor Martin Henson, Dean of International Development and Jenny Young from the University’s Knowledge Transfer Partnership.

This event is free to all staff and PhD students from the University of Essex. Colleagues from other universities in the region are welcome to attend at a fee of £45.

Refreshments and a light buffet with vegetarian options will be provided.

“I would recommend people to attend this event. Last year I met very inspirational people on the day and they gave me a lot of food for thought.” Dr Rachel Blanc, National Institute for Biological Standards and Control

Please note that when booking you are making a firm commitment to attend the event.

For booking and further information, go to: http://www.essex.ac.uk/ltu/Booking_forms/SD105.asp

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