Postgraduate Women in Academia – Film Screening. Your Choice of Little Women or 55 Steps

Join us on Friday 18 January 2019 at 6pm, for a film screening of your choice, at The Void Cinema on the first floor of Owen Building, Sheffield Hallam University We will be taking votes on the night between: 55 Steps Little Women Arrive from 6pm armed with drinks and snack; the film will start promptly … Continue reading Postgraduate Women in Academia – Film Screening. Your Choice of Little Women or 55 Steps

Preparing your Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Presentation

Ahead of the deadline for entries in April/May 2019, Dr David Broom will be facilitating a session on preparing for the 3MT competition. The Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition challenges you to deliver a compelling spoken presentation on your research topic and its significance, in just three minutes.  As in previous years, there will be … Continue reading Preparing your Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Presentation

Researcher Development Events in December and January

The Doctoral School is pleased to bring you information about events coming up from the Doctoral School and the Sheffield Hallam Researcher Development (SHaRD) Programme. In December we have a session on the Insider Guide to the Doctoral Viva (6 December) and the Careers Service are continuing their series of events with the next session … Continue reading Researcher Development Events in December and January

Postgraduate Women in Academia – Guest Lecture on Friday 30 November

Jenny Valentish Guest Lecture - Woman of Substances:  A Journey into Drugs, Alcohol and Treatment Join us on Friday 30th November at 16:00 for a guest lecture from Jenny Valentish at The Mary Badlands Lecture Theatre, Collegiate Campus, Sheffield Hallam University. Jenny Valentish is a UK-raised, Australia-based journalist for The Guardian and The Sydney Morning Herald.  … Continue reading Postgraduate Women in Academia – Guest Lecture on Friday 30 November

AccessEd – Research-Based Curricula Programme Opportunity

Dear Postgraduate Researcher We are writing to let you know of an exciting new opportunity open exclusively to postgraduate researchers at Sheffield Hallam University. The Research-Based Curricula Programme aims to support student attainment and university progression in South Yorkshire schools by providing classroom resources about cutting-edge research at your university. The Programme is delivered by … Continue reading AccessEd – Research-Based Curricula Programme Opportunity

Researcher Development Events in November

The Doctoral School is pleased to bring you information about events coming up from the Doctoral School and the Sheffield Hallam Researcher Development (SHaRD) Programme. Please visit the Events calendar for further information on the sessions and the booking links to reserve your place. November Events Don't forget that November is Academic Writing Month and there … Continue reading Researcher Development Events in November

WriteFest 2018 launching 1st November

November is Academic Writing Month, an academic write-a-thon that happens every year, inspired by NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) but catering to the specific needs of academic writers. It's hosted by PhD2Published, as an online space where the global academic community can pledge their writing projects, record progress, and share thousands of writing tips via … Continue reading WriteFest 2018 launching 1st November

GoGlobal Fund – open for applications

The GoGlobal Fund encourages students to broaden their horizons and enhance their skills and future employability by undertaking an international activity while studying at Sheffield Hallam University.  The 2018/19 fund is now open for applications, and full details are available at https://www.shu.ac.uk/current-students/goglobal/go-global-fund Please note that specific guidance applies to doctoral students, details of which are … Continue reading GoGlobal Fund – open for applications

Professional Skills for Research Leadership – New Training Resource for PhD Students and Staff

As part of Sheffield Hallam University’s participation in the White Rose Doctoral Training Partnership, and in conjunction with the Sheffield Institute for Policy Studies, we are delighted to announce a new series of training seminars on a wide variety of topics intended to prepare PhD students and early career researchers to distinguish themselves in their … Continue reading Professional Skills for Research Leadership – New Training Resource for PhD Students and Staff