Workshop for postdocs and research staff at Queen's
Led by: Paul Monahan (Queen’s University Belfast) and Rui Pires Martins (Queen Mary University of London)
Collaboration and partnering have become an expectation in many facets of the research endeavour. Whether it involves collaborating within or beyond your academic discipline or through partnering with non-academic organisations, academics are expected to form productive networking connections to further their research goals. In this session we will help you assess the value of collaboration and partnering for your career and help you evaluation your collaboration/partnering potential, learning practical ways to help you arrive at concrete next steps to forming these connections.
This session will focus on:
- What is research collaboration and some examples/case studies.
- How to begin a research collaboration and manage the collaboration.
- Panel discussion. Queen's University Belfast and Queen Mary University London staff to discuss their experience of research collaboration.
- Planning next steps in developing networks and potential collaborations.
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