Thank you to everyone who attended the RKE forum yesterday. We were very happy to hear so many experiences and suggestions on how to support Early Career Researchers and Early Research Careers.
Thanks especially to our panel of ECRs and ERCs:
- Mark Hardman, School of Teacher Education and Development
- Dr Chris Pallant, School of Media, Art and Design
- Dr Ruth Sanz Sabido, School of Media, Art and Design
- Dr Kate Gee, School of Psychology, Politics and Sociology
We’ll be taking on board all the comments and suggestions received at the forum. If you couldn’t attend and would like to offer any suggestions, please contact Nick Williamson .
The next RKE forum will focus on sustainability and is planned for 22nd July.
Our RKE Development Manager is writing about some of the common pitfalls to avoid when applying for funding.
Congratulations to Professor Trevor Cooling, Director of the National Institute for Christian Education Research (NICER) for being part of a successful bid to the Department for Education for a Character Education Grant. Continue reading Funding Success – DfE Character Education Grant
When: Thursday 4th June 2015, 9am to 4.30pm
Where: Canterbury campus, 0g46 & Og12, Old Sessions House
CCCU are hosting the final conference for the Interreg-funded COALAS project. The COALAS project is about developing new Assistive Technologies in the Healthcare sector. Continue reading CareTech 2015: Conference on Assistive Technologies