’The Good Science Project’ is a new initiative for encouraging debate about research culture here at Imperial College. From PhD student to professor, all are invited to take part. A series of lunchtime ‘Friday Forums’ will look at the questions we need to ask about our life as scientists. Lunch is provided and all perspectives are welcome. The Good Science Project is a collaboration between the Office of the Vice-Provost (Research and Education) and the Science Communication Unit and is funded by RCUK.
For information about the sessions and how to register, please visit the following webpage,
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From 20th-24th November 2023 the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in Rwanda will host the Global Fellows Programme in partnership with Imperial College.
Approximately 40 doctoral researchers from AIMS and Imperial will work together to develop professional, research, and collaborative skills as well as the intercultural awareness that is required to establish and continue successful collaborations.
During this five-day programme, participants will work in interdisciplinary and international groups, assisted by a coach from one of the partner universities. Participants will have the opportunity to apply skills and competencies to address topics under the programme theme ‘African Data Science Solutions’.
Doctoral candidates from any discipline are invited to apply for the five-day programme. This is a chance to challenge yourself outside of your normal working environment, meet people from other disciplines and cultures, and have fun!
Applications close on Monday 12 June 2023
Find out more
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Imperial Policy Forum are running the below set of training workshops to help Imperial colleagues learn how to engage their research with policymakers and how to put together a policy briefing for policymakers. The sessions are open to all Imperial staff and PhD students.
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The Engagement Masterclasses are now available for all PhD students! Sign-up now to learn more about the world of public engagement and discover the right tools to engage your audience effectively.
The Societal Engagement team offer eight masterclasses to cater for a range of engagement experience:
- Core engagement masterclass – for staff members with little or no prior experience of public engagement looking to expand their understanding and get involved.
- Six optional masterclasses – for staff to build on the context and background of the core masterclasses to broaden their skills and put their learnings into practice.
You should complete the core masterclass before joining the optional masterclasses (sessions 3-6).
If you have participated in some engagement training already (e.g. external training, Imperial Festival training, Engagement Academy) it may not be necessary to complete the core masterclass. Please contact the public engagement team to discuss your needs/interests. Take a look at what’s available.
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The London Interdisciplinary Social Science Doctoral Training Partnership (LISS DTP) provides training, development and networking opportunities for any social science doctoral student at King’s College, Queen Mary University or Imperial College. You do not need to be funded from the LISS DTP to benefit.
Register as a LISS DTP Affiliate to receive the regular newsletter and gain access to training and other activities. Sign up for Autumn Term courses now! Visit the LISS DTP Training Page for a complete list of online research methods training courses.
Questions? E-mail email@example.com
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