Researcher Development in UWS Academy supports researchers at all stages of their careers, from postgraduates to experienced practitioners.
In session 2018/19, we have:
- Undertaken a review of training and development provided by the Doctoral College
- Reviewed the training and development provided by the Doctoral College, including a survey sent to all postgraduate research (PGR) students and visits to other institutions to learn about best practice in PGR development
- Produced resources and ran events on grant writing, publication and research dissemination
- Facilitated Early Career Researcher Development Day at Lanarkshire campus
- Ran Postgraduates Who Teach (PGwT) sessions for research students (see below)
For more information, contact Dr Stephanie Zihms (email@example.com), Lecturer, Researcher Development at UWS Academy.
Postgraduates Who Teach (PGwT)
Postgraduates who Teach (PGwT) is a two-day course aimed at introducing postgraduate students to the key messages around teaching, learning, assessment and feedback in Scottish higher education.
Working in a collegial, interdisciplinary fashion, participants will gain hands-on experience in dealing with the roles and boundaries around being a postgraduate who teaches, while getting the chance to practise their presentation techniques through a peer assessed microteaching session.
Dates of PGwT sessions will be announced through the Doctoral College's regular emails about training and development opportunities. For more information about PGwT, contact Claire Mackie (firstname.lastname@example.org).