PGR Development Webinars – Important information regarding access to meeting rooms

Are you booked on any of the following workshops?

2nd March  – Introduction to the three minute thesis competition  12:30pm

3rd March  – Enhancing your Research Presentations  12:30pm

16th March  – Effectively Using the PGR Toolbox Webinar  12:00pm

Due to technical problems with the CLL booking system, we no longer have access to the lists of those booked on these workshops and may not be able to send out further information in regard to access to the software for each session..

We are keen that the workshops can still go ahead, and request that anyone still interested in attending should email us at pgro@liv.ac.uk

We will also advertise the meeting room address on the day of the webinar at:
http://padlet.com/PGRDevelopment/events

We hope to repeat all webinars in April/May and will advertise the dates when confirmed.

If you have enquiries in regard to any other events in March, please contact us at gssp@liv.ac.uk directly.

PGR Development.

 

Awareness Event for a new PGR School Outreach Programme – 2nd March

Post Graduate Researchers School Outreach Programme: A new Pilot programme in association with the Brilliant Club

The Brilliant Club Pilot programme – further details for those unable to attend the event below.

This event is now open for recruitment – please apply before the 20th March

PGR Awareness Event: 2nd March at 10.30am,

During the Awareness Event a representative from the Brilliant Club will provide a short presentation about the programme. This will also offer an opportunity to ask questions about the new Pilot programme.

—   All interested are invited to attend.   —

The Widening Participation & Outreach Team are recruiting PhD students from rhe University of Liverpool to support a new school based Outreach programme, which is part of a pilot project with the Brilliant Club. The programme will involve current PhD students delivering subject specific academic workshops in schools across Merseyside. The objective of the programme is to raise awareness of subjects amongst school pupils whilst increasing academic skills and attainment.  We are hoping to recruit PhD Students from all three faculties of the University who will then go into schools within Merseyside and deliver subject based workshops that will excite young people and encourage them to consider continuing their studies into Higher Education.

Brilliant Club: www.thebrilliantclub.org/

If there is interest, a training event will be arrange towards the end of March

Organised by the Widening Participation and Outreach Team and PGR Development.