|18 Mar 2010||12:00pm - 2:00pm||CRASSH|
Everyone agrees that if you want a career in academia you need to become known to the research community, but how to do it in the early stages?
At this session some early-career researchers will each talk through the practical aspects of how they managed to make themselves better known by more constructive means than by simple networking – e.g. by setting up a research seminar, running a conference, organising a lecture series, becoming a reviews editor. Followed by individual and group work and discussion.
The aim is for you to leave with a defined idea of one future activity you could undertake, arising out of your own interests.
Snack lunch available. Please book in advance here (requires log in to the Careers Service website).