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Pilot programme for female academics and research support staff

Edinburgh Research Office and the Institute of Academic Development are working together to pilot a new programme for female academics and research support staff. Find out how to get involved in the development of this programme.

In order to develop the programme we are hosting 6 workshops across three days in January 2020 to explore:

• What you feel you need to develop your skills
• How a course would be best delivered
• What additional support you need from the University.

The workshops will be a chance to feed into the development of the programme and a chance to reflect on where you are now, do some future planning and find out what support you can access more immediately. Each workshop will be cross-disciplinary but tailored to your specific career stage, allowing you to network with peers from across the university.

Workshop dates: 29, 30 and 31 January 2020.
Time: Sessions at 9.30am and 1.30pm.
Duration: 3 hours
Location: TBC
Attendance: Participants will attend one workshop.

Register your interest

If you are interested in participating in the January workshops, please email us by Friday 13 December with ‘January workshops’ in the subject line.

If you would like more information, please contact Lorna Thomson, Director of Edinburgh Research Office or Sara Shinton, Head of Researcher Development, IAD.


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