When workshops and events are taking place online, we would like to kindly ask you to follow an appropriate code of conduct.
Please ensure your microphone is muted upon your entry to an online meeting to minimise interruptions caused by background noise. You are very welcome to unmute yourselves at appropriate points during the sessions to discuss with presenters and other attendants.
Be kind, patient and understanding; this is absolutely essential during these challenging days.
We will be delivering blended sessions in the academic year 2021-2022, with online streaming and some capacity for on-campus sessions. More details will be provided for each event and session individually.
Do you feel restricted in your research project?
Do you feel unmotivated?
Do you feel isolated and lacking support?
These are common thoughts amongst research students. Interacting with fellow researchers might be the solution. These researchers are just like you who are currently carrying out or completed their research degree and will share how they deal with these thoughts.
Dr Fahim Hayat (PhD, RSci, CBio, MRSB): A PhD graduate in Microbiology/Biophysics. He lives by the following words of Albert Einstein: “A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new"
Host of the day: Nirusha Weerasinghe
Time: 12pm on FRIDAY 13 Aug 2021
The session will ne interactive and attendees are welcome to share their thoughts.
You can find information and material about some of our previous events in the All PGR Workshops and Events folder in MyLearning.
For information about the Researcher Development Programme, Writing Retreats and Research Retreats, please see our training page.