Jul 05 2019

One-Day Structured Writing Retreat

05/07/2019
Michael Marks Room

As part of our ongoing training and development programme, we are running a series of Structured Writing Retreats for PGRs, ECRs and staff. Writing retreats are known to increase and improve scholarly output and research activity and can also be used to develop research capacity and grow research cultures. Attending multiple retreats is an effective… Read more

Jun 18 2019

SAMS/NARTI Structured Writing Retreat Series for Early Career Researchers

18/06/2019 - 19/06/2019
Bagden Hall

The aim of the Structured Writing Retreats is to use dedicated writing time to progress and prioritize our writing projects. This is in a supportive, non-surveillance environment. The retreat is based on 3 evidence based key principles: The ‘typing pool’ which means that we all write individually but are in the same room for the… Read more

Jun 17 2019

The 3rd DEC 2019 on Social Institutions and the Economic Performance of Nations: A 21st Century Perspective

17/06/2019 - 19/06/2019
Lincoln International Business School

Since the first conference in 2015, DEC has been growing into a leading biennial conference on development economics. After the success of the 2nd DEC, held in Lincoln in 2017, we expect this year’s conference to attract a large number of established scholars as well as early career researchers and PhD students from the UK and… Read more

Jun 15 2019

Building The Anti-Racist Classroom Workshop: Organising for Liberation Weekender

15/06/2019 - 16/06/2019
Leeds Beckett University

The aim of this event is to enable ECRs and PhD students in the NARTI network to constructively address issues of racism in teaching, research, and career progression. Decolonising work within higher education has been gaining profile and momentum in both national and international universities. But the discussion can often be confined to the re-working… Read more

May 24 2019

When the Going gets Tough, the Tough get Going: Building Resilience in Academia

24/05/2019
Leeds University Business School

The name CYGNA derives from the female version of the Latin word for SWAN (Supporting Women in Academia Network). CYGNA was established in June 2014. The main objective of the group is to promote interaction among female academics and to provide a forum for learning, support, and networking. Our events take place approximately every two… Read more

May 21 2019

Designing & Conducting Work-Life Research: Innovative Approaches, Challenges and Dilemmas

21/05/2019 - 23/05/2019
University of Liverpool

Please note that the same workshop will run in Liverpool on the 21st May and in London on the 23rd May. Please indicate on the application form which date you wish to attend. Course objectives: To broaden researcher’s methodological toolkit and further methodological understanding within the area of work-life research. To discuss and explore the… Read more

May 16 2019

PhD Entrepreneurship Academy: Advancing Theory and Methodology

16/05/2019 - 17/05/2019
University of Liverpool

Hosted by Centre for Entrepreneurship at University of Liverpool Management School, the PhD Entrepreneurship Academy is intended for PhD students and early career researchers who want to get a deep understanding of entrepreneurship as field, classic and modern theories of entrepreneurship, advanced research methods, conceptual modelling and theorising and how to publish in entrepreneurship journals.… Read more

Mar 26 2019

SAMS/NARTI Structured Writing Retreat Series for Early Career Researchers

26/03/2019 - 27/03/2019
Lancaster House Hotel

The aim of the Structured Writing Retreats is to use dedicated writing time to progress and prioritize our writing projects. This is in a supportive, non-surveillance environment. The retreat is based on 3 evidence based key principles: The ‘typing pool’ which means that we all write individually but are in the same room for the… Read more

Mar 11 2019

Alternative to Difference Scores: Polynomial Regression and Response

11/03/2019 - 12/03/2019
Alliance Manchester Business School

For decades, difference scores have been used in studies of congruence in organizational research. Despite their widespread use, difference scores have numerous methodological problems. These problems can be overcome by using polynomial regression and response surface methodology, which can examine a wide range of congruence hypotheses. This workshop will review problems with difference scores, introduce… Read more

Mar 05 2019

Analysing Media: A Multi-Modal Data Analysis Workshop

05/03/2019
Lancaster University

This event aims to introduce participants to the use of an advanced qualitative multi-modal analytical framework in conducting media research.  The workshop will: introduce participants to a novel analytical framework (Elliott & Stead, 2018) designed to interrogate how text and imagery combine to construct media representations apply the framework using examples of media text and… Read more