Inclusion, Accessibility & Solidarity Through Methods: Register now for the Sussex Research Hive virtual conference, 9-10 May

The Sussex Research Hive Scholars are pleased to announce their virtual doctoral conference on inclusion, accessibility and solidarity through methods. As doctoral researchers, we represent a community of researchers applying a spectrum of methodologies to address, challenge, and ultimately improve local, national and international communities. We want to showcase how doctoral researchers are applying research methods and/or designs to … Continue reading Inclusion, Accessibility & Solidarity Through Methods: Register now for the Sussex Research Hive virtual conference, 9-10 May

Explore research integrity with other early-career researchers at Sussex, 28 April & 10 May

An Introduction to Virtue-based Ethics and Integrity in Research Thursday 28 April & Tuesday 10 May, 10.00-12.30 (online via Zoom)Register nowNote: Participants must attend both sessions. The concept and importance of an understanding of Research Integrity has becoming increasingly significant for researchers in an ever-competitive environment. As regulators and funders turn their attentions to promoting healthy research cultures, it is important … Continue reading Explore research integrity with other early-career researchers at Sussex, 28 April & 10 May

Survey on data sharing to inform discussions with funders and publishers

Researchers in the UK are increasingly being asked to share data by funders, universities, and journals. The University of Nottingham are currently carrying out research into what you and other researchers think about these requirements and mandates, whether they are clear, and whether they suit the needs of your field. No matter your position on … Continue reading Survey on data sharing to inform discussions with funders and publishers

How can you protect your wellbeing when you research difficult materials? PGR panel with lunch, Monday 7 February

Does your research involve distressing or problematic materials, participants who have experienced trauma, or an area in which you have personal experience? It's crucial that you're able to set boundaries and safeguard your own wellbeing while you work. On Monday 7 February we're running a session with the university's Ethics team and a panel of … Continue reading How can you protect your wellbeing when you research difficult materials? PGR panel with lunch, Monday 7 February

Working with marginalised communities: towards an ethical practice for PhD – workshop

An exciting opportunity for Arts & Humanities researchers to join a three-day series of webinars organised by the CHASE doctoral training partnership. Working with marginalised communities1-3 November 2021, 15.30-17.30 each day Register now A growing number of PhD students and Early Career Researchers have shown interest in pursuing research with and for communities who have … Continue reading Working with marginalised communities: towards an ethical practice for PhD – workshop

It matters how we open knowledge: Join the Library for Open Access Week, 25-31 October

Open Access Week, a global event now entering its tenth year, is an opportunity for the academic and research community to learn about the potential benefits of Open Access (OA), to share what they’ve learned with colleagues, and to help inspire wider participation in helping to make OA the norm in scholarship and research. This … Continue reading It matters how we open knowledge: Join the Library for Open Access Week, 25-31 October

Register for the Research with Impact Forum on Open Research, 16 September

The next Research with Impact forum on Thursday 16 September, 14.30-16.00 (UK time) will explore what Open Research means for Sussex. We'll hear from some really exciting voices - inside and outside of Sussex - who will discuss some of the major themes currently shaping Open Research, from open data and reproducibility to open practice … Continue reading Register for the Research with Impact Forum on Open Research, 16 September

Festival Spotlight: Why we should all be making our research LGBTQ+ inclusive – workshop

EDIT: The next LGBTQ+ inclusivity workshop for researchers runs on Tuesday 19 October, register now. Jamie Chan is a PhD researcher and doctoral tutor in the School of Psychology looking at social class and body image. With Dee Dragani, she ran a workshop at the Festival of Doctoral Research on LGBTQ+ inclusivity. “Inclusivity” has become … Continue reading Festival Spotlight: Why we should all be making our research LGBTQ+ inclusive – workshop

New workshop: An introduction to virtue based ethics and integrity in research

Monday 21 June & Monday 5 July, 10.00 -12.30 (UK time)Dr Antony Walsh, Research Governance OfficerOnline (Zoom)Register now Audience: PhD researchers, Research Staff and early-career academic faculty.Outline: The concept and importance of an understanding of Research Integrity has becoming increasingly significant for researchers in an ever-competitive environment. As regulators and funders turn their attentions to promoting healthy research cultures, it is important for … Continue reading New workshop: An introduction to virtue based ethics and integrity in research

Festival round-up: Why editing Wikipedia matters to you!

Wikipedia is an online free-content encyclopaedia project aimed at helping to create a community where anyone can share in the result of knowledge. So how do we become part of this community?Through editing Wikipedia!            Wikipedia is often the starting point for people wanting to understand a particular topic, whether that be finding out about a … Continue reading Festival round-up: Why editing Wikipedia matters to you!