We have posted a list of all the student RKE internship projects approved and funded for 2016.
These projects provide undergraduate and postgraduate students the opportunity to carry out a part-time research internship over the summer months, supervised by an academic. There are currently 47 research internship opportunities for students listed, covering a range of subject areas across all faculties. Continue reading Research Internships 2016 – now open for students to apply
The university is looking to appoint Unit of Assessment (UoA) Coordinators as part of its preparations for the next Research Excellence Framework (REF).
Further information and a list of the expected UoAs can be found on this recent Staff Notice. Continue reading Call for UoA Coordinators
The Data Revolution: why is Big Data a Big Deal for Universities?
When: Wed 6 July 2016 Where: Canterbury campus
We’d like to give you advance notice of a university-wide event focussing on Big Data. Continue reading Save the Date: Big Data
The latest funding bulletin is available. For more information on funding and to view the latest bulletin visit the RED ‘Getting Funding’ webpages at http://bit.ly/1oYcQA2.
SPARC is a new development programme at CCCU aimed at Supporting Progression in Academic Research Careers.
The SPARC programme is being piloted in 2015-16 with a cohort of up to 20 researchers. It offers Early Career Researchers (or academic staff with a professional background but new to research) the opportunity to successfully develop and implement a research career plan alongside their other role requirements. Continue reading SPARC Programme Launch
Unfortunately, due to illness, today’s lunchtime seminar from the Faculty of Health & Wellbeing (Lg16 from 12.00 – 1.00pm). has been cancelled. It will be re-scheduled on another date later in the series.
Wednesday 16th March in Lg16 from 12.00 – 1.00pm. For more information please click this link Creative Connections Flyer
To register or to be added to the mailing list for future Faculty of Health & Wellbeing Lunchtime Research Seminars, please contact Lynne Middleton RKE.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Faculty of Health and Wellbeing is launching a lunchtime research seminar series.
This new seminar series will provide a forum to present and discuss research work undertaken by Faculty academics and students. Seminars are open to all CCCU academics and students who have an interest in research in Health and Social Care. Topics will be relevant to the Faculty Research Hubs/Interest Groups: Continue reading Faculty of Health & Wellbeing Lunchtime Research Seminar Series
The latest funding bulletin is available via http://bit.ly/1nhN33V. For more information on funding please visit the RED ‘Getting Funding’ webpages at http://bit.ly/1oYcQA2.
When: Friday 4th March 12-1pm
Where: Canterbury Campus (Lg48)
Dr Sue Soan and Dr Eve Hutton would like to invite colleagues to a seminar this Friday:
The opportunities and challenges of working collaboratively with colleagues in Palestine on a multi-professional master program for children with autism.
Continue reading Working Collaboratively with Colleagues in Palestine