RDH Public Seminar - Researcher Professional Development: Spreading the Ben...
The BAM Researcher Development Hub | This event is specially designed for research students and members of staff at the University of Chester's Faculty of Business & Management (BAM).
Eligibility: Open to all researchers and interested parties.
A public research seminar by Dr Kate Daubney, University of Chester, on Researcher Professional Development: Spreading the Benefits, Spreading the Reward?
This session will focus on the importance of seeking the benefits from key professional development activities from a number of different sources. PG research often feels like a consolidation of a lot of demands in a small area, so this can be a helpful practical way to review how widely we can gain and ascribe value to our activities as researchers and professionals.
Dr Kate Daubney is Director of Careers and Employability at the University of Chester, and is also the Career Consultant who works with postgraduate researchers. She was an academic for 7 years, but has held a wide range of jobs since in both academic and non-academic environments, including running her own businesses. One of her other career guidance specialisms is working with mid-career professionals and she is interested in how people develop flexible, adaptable and fulfilling careers while balancing intellectual and practical fulfilment.
- Lunch and networking (20 minutes)
- Research seminar (20 minutes)
- Questions and answers (20 minutes)
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