Getting to grips with EndNote online

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Over the course of your PhD you will consult a huge amount of sources, which will mean you will also amass a huge amount of references! You will also need to cite these at various points in your thesis or in publishing (or disseminating) your research. EndNote is a useful online referencing tool that can be used to manage […]

Brilliant Club Research Café

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The Brilliant Club offers a unique paid opportunity for current and completed PhD researchers. Tutors deliver programmes of university-style teaching based on their research to small groups of high-performing pupils in schools that serve disadvantaged communities to help them secure places at top universities. Want to find out more or are already a Brilliant Club […]

Master Your Viva

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Whether you are on the verge of your viva or want to know more about what it entails, this workshop is for you! This final Master Your Viva workshop of the year aims to equip you with useful strategies to help you prepare for your viva, master the big day itself and provide relevant information […]

Demystifying the P-A-P

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The Progression Assessment Panel (sometimes abbreviated to PAP) arrives at the end of the first year for all doctoral researchers. But what needs to be prepared? How long is it? Is it the same for everyone? Does it carry a notion of success or failure for the Ph.D.? This informal workshop will explore all this […]

Being a brilliant conference chair

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A brilliant chair can make all the difference in making a conference, symposium or roundtable truly brilliant—for speakers as well as participants. It is also a crucial skill that you can use in teaching and even your supervision meetings! You've most probably experienced the dark side of chairing: that chair who shoehorns their research into […]

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