Past Event details

Fostering a Learning Culture: Creativity, Ideation, and Teamworking in Research

Wednesday, 07 November 2018

 This new workshop forms part of an innovative programme of workshops and seminars planned and designed specifically for mid-career researchers. The SRHE Mid-Career Development Programme (MCDP)  will be introduced formally in 2019. Researchers booking on this workshop, and others in the MCDP series, will be asked to respond to a questionnaire asking about their career and  how they see this workshop helping in their development as mid- career researchers. Places will be confirmed once these have been received with priority given to mid-career researchers and how development needs and interests have been defined in these responses.  

Facilitator: Kieran Fenby-Hulse, 

Programmes Manager: Early, Middle, and Senior Career Researchers Coventry University

Targeted at middle-career researchers, this interactive workshop will look at how, as emerging and new research leaders, we can contribute to the development of a supportive and innovative research culture. We will discuss notions of personal and professional development and how to create innovative and dynamic spaces and processes for ideas development through co-creation and teamwork.

During the seminar we will reflect on our team and community structures and practices, identify areas for improvement and change, and start to develop an action plan for future development.

Kieran designs developmental initiatives for researchers, research teams, and research institutions. He provide advice and guidance on research funding and policy, research leadership, impact and engagement, and responsible research cultures, and devises events, activities and platforms to facilitate ideas development, interdisciplinary thinking, and cross-sector working. His research explores research leadership and development. Kieran is currently working on projects that examine research ethics in the arts, equality and diversity in doctoral research, and understandings of research impact by early career researchers. He has been invited to deliver keynote papers, developmental workshops, and contribute to committees and working groups internationally. He is an external examiner for the University of Strathclyde, a member of Goldsmiths Research Ethics and Integrity, and managing editor for the Journal of Research Management and Administration.

Network: SRHE Event
Date(s): Wednesday, 07 November 2018
Times: 11:00 - 16:00
Location: SRHE, 73 Collier St, London N1 9BE
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