Free PGR workshops: Thinking, researching, and being online

The PRG Studio of the Faculty of Arts, Design and Media at Birmingham City University invites you to join a series of workshops that explore the potential of bringing, performing, and communicating research online. Register for the workshops now Digital discourse in the memescape: Internet memes, delegitimization and political communicationWednesday 16 June 2021, 10.00-11.30 (UK) Dr … Continue reading Free PGR workshops: Thinking, researching, and being online

NEW DATE: Bitesize PhD mental health workshops looking at self-care, support services and Covid-19

PhD mental health is a vast and complex topic. These 45-minute bitesize workshops are designed to inform and support doctoral researchers to: learn some tools and techniques to help your wellbeingdiscover resources and services for supportshare experiences in a safe and supportive space We know it’s not easy for everyone to talk about mental health … Continue reading NEW DATE: Bitesize PhD mental health workshops looking at self-care, support services and Covid-19

Exciting paid opportunity: Postgraduate Researcher for Creative Impact @ Sussex Festival of Ideas

The School of Media, Arts and Humanities is seeking to appoint a University of Sussex PhD student as researcher for the Sussex Festival of Ideas (9-12 June 2021). They will be known as the PGR Researcher for Creative Impacts Sussex Festival of Ideas.  The Sussex Festival of Ideas is a new initiative devised by the School of Media, … Continue reading Exciting paid opportunity: Postgraduate Researcher for Creative Impact @ Sussex Festival of Ideas

Register now: Research with Impact Forum on interdisciplinary sustainability research at Sussex, 27 May

Research with Impact ForumThrough the deluge: Forging ahead with research for sustainabilityWednesday 27 May 2021, 14.30 - 16.00 (UK time)Register for the forum The global COVID-19 pandemic has stunted progress towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To meet these goals by 2030, concerted and unwavering research efforts to support this agenda must continue in … Continue reading Register now: Research with Impact Forum on interdisciplinary sustainability research at Sussex, 27 May

Apply to be a Hive Scholar and support the PhD community at Sussex

Are you creative, enthusiastic, work well in a team and take the initiative? The SAGE Research Hive Scholarship is a brilliant opportunity for three current Sussex PhD researchers to promote and engage with doctoral communities, and investigate the issues facing researchers today. The Library’s Research Hive is a space dedicated for use by doctoral researchers … Continue reading Apply to be a Hive Scholar and support the PhD community at Sussex

Sussex Humanities Lab + Library seminar: Narrative, Data, Hermeutics: Introducing ‘The Journal of Digital History’

An introduction to the new 'Journal of Digital History' from members of the team involved in its creationWednesday 26 May, 15.00 - 16.30 (UK time), onlineSign up on Eventbrite The Journal of Digital History, which is currently in its final stage of development, is intended to serve as a forum for critical debate and discussion … Continue reading Sussex Humanities Lab + Library seminar: Narrative, Data, Hermeutics: Introducing ‘The Journal of Digital History’

Adapting to change: “I had to explore other ways to find answers to the questions I was interested in”

Kaveri Medappa a PhD researcher in the School of Global Studies In this Adapting to Change series, we interview Sussex PhD researchers and supervisors about the challenges they faced in 2020, and the different approaches they took to tackle the issues, adapt their projects and continue with their research. Below we hear from Kaveri Medappa … Continue reading Adapting to change: “I had to explore other ways to find answers to the questions I was interested in”

Discuss PhD wellbeing with the global research community at the 2nd International Conference on PGR Mental Health, 17-21 May

The University of Sussex is proud to partner with the University of Portsmouth and the UK Council for Graduate Education to bring you the 2nd International Conference on the Mental Health of Postgraduate Researchers (17-21 May): five days of keynotes, panel sessions, 20:20 talks, interactive workshops and free fringe events, delivered online. It's a brilliant opportunity … Continue reading Discuss PhD wellbeing with the global research community at the 2nd International Conference on PGR Mental Health, 17-21 May