A major new initiative from King’s Careers & Employability.
We recognise that many of you are interested in complementing your research with some short pieces of work outside of academia and have worked to source interesting projects that would use your high level research skills. The first projects, from the King’s Policy Institute, are now in the pipeline and we are looking for interested PhDs and post-docs to apply.
Over 90 current KCL researchers have come and listened to our speakers describe their jobs post-PhD in our Career Spotlight series so far. Come and listen to our next two, talking about their careers using their research skills!
Who: Emma Broom, Sociable Data (data for healthcare and pharma industries) and Jane Colechin, CESI (research into social and economic inclusion)
When: Weds 19th Feb, 5-6pm
Where: FWB 1.70
No need to sign up.
Next week’s event, Feb 25th, is about Life Science Consulting.
We are looking for two Graduates to undertake an exciting 12 week internship, working for the Graduate Research Team at The Careers Group, University of London.
The Careers Group, University of London, is the largest higher education careers service in the UK.
We provide services and products to academic institutions, students, staff and graduates.
The Reporting Analyst Internship will be based in The Graduate Research team who deliver data collection and reporting for the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) Survey, amongst other things.
The role involves analysis of statistical information required by The Careers Group in connection with the annual Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey by maintaining, developing and querying the Graduate Research database(s). Providing support to collection process as required.
Methods@manchester, at the University of Manchester, is offering the following courses as part of their methods summer school, coming up in June. These may be of interest to students, colleagues, and wider networks, particularly in the fields of social network analysis, data modelling, or practice-based research methods (in any discipline).
The courses would particularly suit researchers in humanities, health and life sciences, law, business studies, and those undertaking participatory, social, statistical or related research.
Advanced methods for social network analysis – This course assumes basic statistical knowledge such as regression and familiarity with R together with a basic knowledge of social network analysis as given in the introductory course (see above).
Romani Studies – This is an introductory course, covering the state of the art of current research into the history, social organisation, culture and recent political mobilisation of the Romani populations of Europe.
Please be aware that registration will be closing shortly.