The new Concordat says that researchers must “Seek out, and engage with, opportunities to develop their research identity and broader leadership skills.” and we believe the TRAM programme can help support this.
In the course of my last seven years at the University of Sheffield as Mentoring Consultant, I have welcomed many … More
Hannah Mottram, a PhD student and SIID Engineers convener, shares her reflections on an event held which brought together students, researchers and academics from across the University to discuss the role of engineers in international development.
In late November, the University posted an internal news story about, “the changing future of postgraduate research.” [LINK]. As mentioned … More
If you’ve read Bryony’s blog post about Thinking Visually, you’ll know that we spent a day as a team learning … More
Today, the Researcher Development Team took the time to engage in our own collective development. The day gave us the … More
Each researcher has their own reasons for choosing to embark on a PhD or doctorate level study. Some researchers have … More
This is a guest post by Mark Yarrow, Alison Parton, Chris Griffiths, Fiona Turner, Jane Turner and Sofia Karadimitriou, PGRs … More
Observational learning describes the process of learning through watching others, retaining the information, and then later replicating the behaviours that … More
Years ago, I read a light hearted article, “That’s the way the cookie crumbles” (Personnel Today 27 May 2003 Guru) … More