Events

Due to high concern over the COVID-19 virus, many NARTI events that are scheduled to take place this academic year will now take place in the next academic year. Please see individual event pages for updates and confirmed participants will be notified in due course.

Please note that registration normally opens 6-8 weeks prior to the event date. The call will be circulated via your research administrators and in most cases, there will be limited places available. Please ensure that you complete the registration in full, providing details of previous training undertaken and current skill level (where applicable) as we use this information to select participants.

Past Events can be found on our Event Archives pages

4 May 2020

PhD Entrepreneurship Academy (This will now be rescheduled to run in the next academic year))

04/05/2020 - 06/05/2020
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. In addition, each participant will have the opportunity to receive feedback on their research project and overall guidance around how can they both develop a publication strategy and embed impact early on into their PhD projects. Read more

20 May 2020

Two-Day Ethnography Workshop (Application Closed)

20/05/2020 - 21/05/2020
Alliance Manchester Business School

Ethnography is increasingly regarded as a legitimate and important method for studying business and management, and one that can produce results not possible with other methods. It is also a… Read more

9 Jun 2020

Activity Theory Summer School (This will now be rescheduled to run in the next academic year)

09/06/2020 - 12/06/2020
University of Leeds

In the Activity Theory Summer School, PhD students and Early Career Researchers will learn to apply activity theory to undertake research and conduct interventions in the contexts of organisations and communities. Our instructors, each of whom have developed considerable expertise in the theory, will lead participants in exploring both core concepts and emergent views on activity theory. This will allow participants to access specialist advanced training, support the establishment of new research networks between institutions and strengthen existing networks. Read more