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Empowering researchers, building connections.

This is an opportunity for ECRs, PGRs and E&Rs to attend a full day event, and as part of ECRN to strengthen the network across psychology

Event details

An opportunity for all Early Career Researchers (ECRs), Postgraduate Researchers (PGRs) and E&Rs across Psychology department (including Cedar) to attend a full day event as part of ECR Network in Psychology. The event aims to revamp an existing network and transform it into a dynamic hub for ECRs within the Psychology department. Further, to create a safe and supportive space for ECRs to ask questions, learn, explore career opportunities, and build a relationship. It is a FREE in-person event with lunch and refreshments provided. Free parking is available at Reed Hall.
This event includes:
•         An interactive career talk by our former ECRs, working in industry, focusing on their experience and journey, to give an overview of opportunities in industry, and what you need to know. This is followed by a Q&A session– with Dr Elahe Naserianhanzaei (Senior data scientist, Trilateral Research) and Dr Avelie Stuart (Senior behavioural scientist, UK Health Security Agency).
•         Presentations on strategies for engaging the public in research and implementing community-led research approaches, followed by a Q&A session – with Prof Jonathan Parker (Cedar Create Director, University of Exeter) and Flora Hemming, (Graduate Research Assistant, University of Exeter).
•         Presentation on Imposter syndrome, identifying and managing it with Prof Anna Adlam, and managing multidisciplinary research, how to approach it, what we need to know before starting, challenges and how to manage these with Prof Miriam Koschate-Reis, followed by a Q&A session.
•         The day ends with a focus group session to discuss what ECRs’ needs are and how the network can help. A great opportunity to voice their needs, ensuring they are heard and addressed effectively. As well as an opportunity to network with colleagues with a similar research interest/work.

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Reed Hall, Streatham Campus