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Postgraduate Researchers are invited to a three-part webinar series specifically tailored for PGRs will discuss how to cope and manage during the unusual researcher environment under COVID-19.
Each session is a short 45 minute event that includes opportunity for peer discussion and reflection with other webinar participants. Delivered by adult developmental psychologist Neil Gilbride, all webinars are underpinned by a foundation of core research, drawing on educational development, sociology and psychology.
The webinars are on the following dates:
Webinar 1: Monday, 1 June 11am – 11.45am – How to stay mentally well
Webinar 2: Tuesday, 9 June 11am – 11.45am – How to maintain work-life balance
Webinar 3:, Tuesday, 16 June 11am -11.45am – How to connect with colleagues
Attendees should make sure there are available to attend all three webinars.
Follow the Eventbrite link below to find out full details about each webinar and to register your place. There are approximately 50 spaces available and the webinar series is open to all PGRs across the university: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/thriving-through-change-3-part-webinar-series-for-pgrs-tickets-106068908962
For further questions or queries, please contact the organiser Maizy Jenner
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