We would like to welcome supervisors, research administrators and all those interested in working with research students to this biennial conference which is eligible to be recorded as part of your continuing professional development.
Anglia Ruskin University's, Vice Chancellor Professor Iain Martin will be opening the conference and he will share with us his experience and reflections regarding the similarities and differences between doctoral study in Australia and the UK.
Dr Valerie Anderson is our second keynote for the morning. Valerie will talk about Realising the Potential of your Doctoral Student. She is currently course director of the Doctorate in Business Administration Programme and academic lead for the Integrated Doctorate within Portsmouth Business School.
Programme for the event:
Research Supervisors’ Conference
Supervision for Excellence
Wednesday 23rd November 2016
Anglia Ruskin University
This conference is open to supervisors, research administrators and all those interested in working with research students.
Arrival and sign in: refreshments available
Welcome: Dr Alan White
Welcome and reflect on the differences and similarities between supervision in Australia and the UK
Prof Iain Martin Anglia Ruskin University (Vice Chancellor)
Realising the Potential of your Doctoral Student
Dr. Valerie Anderson Portsmouth University (Reader in Human Resource Development & DBA Course Director)
The Practicalities of Supervision for:
a) Professional Doctorate students
b) PhD students
Facilitators for the session:
Professor Carol Munn–Giddings
Dr Andy McVicar
Dr Ian Frame
Dr Rob Willis
Dr Charlotte Nevison
The Practicalities of Supervision: Feedback
a) Professional Doctorate
Coping with being a PGR student
Cannon Nigel Cooper (+ PGR Guests)
Summary and Close
Dr Alan White
Finish at 14:45
If you have any questions, regarding the event please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
A bus will be available to transport attendees to and from Cambridge, if required.
The conference is facilitated by Anglia Ruskin’s Doctoral School. The Doctoral School offers:
Support and guidance for all postgraduate research students and supervisors
A comprehensive Researcher Development Programme
A dedicated gateway to relevant seminars and workshops held in our faculties
A programme of cross-faculty lectures and seminars
Web-based support to help locate funding opportunities for your postgraduate research course