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2020-2021 Workshops

Workshops are open to all staff and students in the School of Social and Political Science only. Please note that all workshops will be delivered online, live with a Q&A.

All SDO workshops are mapped onto the Graduate Attributes (UG, PGT) and Researcher Development (PGR, PhD) Frameworks.

The suggested year of study is a guide only - sessions are open to all students in SSPS in any year of study.  Please be aware that the session content may be tailored to a particular audience. 

 

Event Title Date and Time Suggested Year of Study Framework Mapping*

Flourishing in the workplace

Dr Allan Gaw

28th April 2021, 1400-1600

Aimed at PGT, but all welcome

  • Professional/situational awareness

Project Managing Research

My Consultants, Doug Folan

4th May 2021, 1400-1600

Aimed at PGT, but all welcome

  • Planning, organising and time management

Leading Online Collaborations and Virtual Teams

My Consultants, Chris Russell

10th May 2021, 1400-1600

Aimed at PGT, but all welcome

  • Effective team working

Visual Thinking and Research Question Design

Dr David Steinberg

13th May 2021, 1300-1600

Aimed at PGT, but all welcome

  • Analytical thinking
  • Creative problem solving

Building Self-Confidence and Resilience

My Consultants, Chris Russell

26th May 2021, 1400-1600

Aimed at PGT, but all welcome

  • Independent learning and development

Effective Inter-Cultural Communication

Dr Gael Robertson

2nd June 2021, 1400-1500 Aimed at PGT, but all welcome
  • Verbal communications
  • Project management

Cross-cultural Communications

Writing Skills to take you from A to Z

Dr Pippa Goldschmidt

9th June 2021, 1400-1600

Aimed at PGT, but all welcome

  • Written communications

Being Strategic in Your Career

My Consultants, Dr Robin Henderson

24th June 2021, 1400-1600

Aimed at PGT, but all welcome

  • Independent learning and development

 

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