We invited Dr Melissa Jogie to discuss diversity, inclusion, and equality in HE staff. Dr Jogie is currently teaching at the University of Roehampton in London. She’s also affiliated with The Australian National University in Australia, the University of the West Indies, and the University of New South Wales. She…>
We invited Professor Monder Ram to discuss diversity, inclusion, and equality in HE staff. Professor Ram is the Director for the Centre for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship and a Professor of Small Business at Aston University. He talks to us about his academic journey, his role models, and the…>
We invited Professor Kiran Trehan from the University of York to chat with us about diversity and inclusivity in staff in higher education. Professor Trehan is the Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Partnerships and Engagement at the University of York, Professor of Entrepreneurship, and the Director of the Centre for Women’s Enterprise Leadership…>
Throughout his career, Chung Bang Yun has held many additional roles alongside his core employment, such as serving as Editor-in-Chief for an international research journal and holding the presidential position for a number of academic societies.
Following a successful series of career advice webinars the team at jobs.ac.uk hosted a CV Advice webinar. Listen to our panellists as they discuss CV advice and tips for how to effectively write a CV for different job types.
Hello! I am Abbie, I am 33-year-old, and I am just starting my 3rd year of my PhD at the University of Bath, UK. As PhD programmes vary worldwide
Conferences and travelling: the glamorous and not so glamorous truth In her 2nd Vlog, Abbie talks about the amazing opportunities that international conferences can offer, but also discusses the downside of jetlag, time away from research and the impact overall of long haul travel. “It’s all about the balance,” she…>
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Professor Peter Squires works in the Faculty of Health and Social Science at the University of Brighton where he heads a team undertaking influential research into various aspects of criminology, including gun crime.
You worked on it for years. It’s a great piece of original scholarship. So… don’t let your PhD sit on a shelf gathering dust. Turn Your PhD into a Book.