Enterprising Impact Conversations: events for social sciences researchers at Sussex next week

There are two more events comping up in the ESRC IAA Enterprising Impact Conversations series, which is aimed at social science researchers looking to explore sustainable knowledge and impact. Connect the Dots – How to Combine the Elements of a Successful Research CareerTuesday 3 May, 12.30-13.40Register now Join Dr Norbert Morawetz, Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship at Henley … Continue reading Enterprising Impact Conversations: events for social sciences researchers at Sussex next week

‘Neurodiversity is a huge part of our doctoral journey’: Resources and support for neurodivergent researchers, and their supervisors

I realised that I have ADHD not long after beginning my PhD, and suddenly, everything made sense. Just like every other neurodivergent person doing a PhD, I started looking for everything I could find on the Internet about doing a PhD with ADHD, and researching tools that I can use to make my journey easier. … Continue reading ‘Neurodiversity is a huge part of our doctoral journey’: Resources and support for neurodivergent researchers, and their supervisors

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

Join the Sussex Humanities Lab PhD advocates for their first archive workshop, 27 April

Behind the Scenes at The Keep Wednesday 27 April, 13.30-15.00 In person at The Keep Book your ticket This session invites PhD researchers to discover the sorts of archival material The Keep holds, as well as learn how to access and use their catalogue. There will be a chance to explore a selection of archive material to get a … Continue reading Join the Sussex Humanities Lab PhD advocates for their first archive workshop, 27 April

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

The Research Culture Seeding Fund is seeking researchers to pitch and run pilot projects

Do you have an idea around research culture that you'd like to develop? The Research Staff Office invites you to apply to the Research Culture Seeding (RCS) Fund, part of a range of initiatives that the University has launched recently to help foster a creative, inclusive, and collaborative research culture here at Sussex.  Open to … Continue reading The Research Culture Seeding Fund is seeking researchers to pitch and run pilot projects

Spring round of Researcher-Led Initiatives open (21 March-22 April)

Do you have a bright idea for an activity to enhance your professional skills and benefit the research community at Sussex? Open to doctoral and early career researchers, the Doctoral School's Researcher-Led Initiatives Fund gives you greater input into your support and development needs. From journal clubs to community meet-ups, symposiums to podcasts, apply for … Continue reading Spring round of Researcher-Led Initiatives open (21 March-22 April)

Doctoral Overseas Conference grants to cover travel again

We're thrilled to share with you that the Sussex Fund Doctoral Overseas Conference Grant is reopening to travel and accommodation costs now that research travel is feasible again. If you are a Sussex-registered doctoral researcher planning to present your work at a conference outside the UK, you can apply for a grant to support travel … Continue reading Doctoral Overseas Conference grants to cover travel again

Apply for computational social sciences training in London this summer

The London partner site for the Summer Institutes in Computational Social Science returns this summer! This intensive two-week programme from 12-24 June provides early career researchers with hands-on learning and skill sharing on topics including machine learning, text analysis, digital trace data, virtual labs, network analysis, and agent-based modelling. The second week focuses on collaborative … Continue reading Apply for computational social sciences training in London this summer

Become a Brilliant Club tutor – paid professional development opportunity for PhD students

Are you looking for paid work that will develop your public engagement skills, increase the impact of your research and help widen participation in higher education? The Brilliant Club's Researcher Development Programme offers PhD and early career researchers a meaningful, paid, professional development opportunity. Their mission is to support less advantaged students to access the … Continue reading Become a Brilliant Club tutor – paid professional development opportunity for PhD students