Category: VITAE

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VITAE Researcher Development International Conference – 12-13 September 2016

The key themes and plenary speakers at the flagship Vitae Researcher Development International Conference, the largest event for all of those with a strategic and practical role in developing researchers around the world, have...

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VITAE Connections: Leadership in Researcher Development

Vitae Connections: Leadership in Researcher Development, 28 April 2016, Glasgow Vitae are delighted to announce that Dr Susan Brooks (Oxford Brookes University), Dr Grainne Barkess (Edinburgh Napier University), Davina Whitnall (University of Manchester), Dr...

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VITAE News: Developing Research Leaders – Meet Speakers and Sponsor

  Speakers and Sponsor have been confirmed for ‘Developing The Next Generation of Research Leaders’ on 26 January 2016 which is taking place in London   It has been announced that Sebastien Huber (Science...

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VITAE News – Supporting Open Researchers Event – 1 December 2015

European Commission speaker to join the ‘Supporting Open Researchers’ event, 1 December, Leeds Vitae have announced that Isidoros Karatzas, Head of Sector Ethics and Research Integrity at the European Commission and Dr Kevin Ashley,...

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VITAE Connections: Getting to Grips

Holiday Inn, London Bloomsbury – Tuesday 19 July 2016 The researcher development landscape is wide and varied with many possibilities and pitfalls.  If you are new to researcher development, either as all or part...

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VITAE Connections: Leadership

Novotel Glasgow, Thursday 28 April 2016 Postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers are potential future leaders across all employment sectors.  As developing these aspiring leaders becomes increasingly important for institutions, what are the implications for researcher...

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VITAE NEWS: Speakers Announced: Supporting Open Researchers

  VITAE have announced speakers and programme details for their upcoming event Vitae Connections: Supporting Open Researchers which takes place on 1 December 2015 in Leeds. Vitae Connections: Supporting Open Researchers is the headline...