Posts Tagged: Birkbeck seminars

Graduate Research Symposium: Programme

Eight speakers in a packed and varied programme for the next GRS on Tuesday 7 March 2017, 1.15 – 5pm

Graduate Research Symposium: Programme

Eight speakers in a packed and varied programme for the next GRS on Tuesday 7 March 2017, 1.15 – 5pm

HCA Lunchtime Seminars

The programme for this year’s series of lunchtime seminars, beginning Wednesday 12 October, 1- 2 pm

HCA Lunchtime Seminars

The programme for this year’s series of lunchtime seminars, beginning Wednesday 12 October, 1- 2 pm

Graduate Research Symposium Programme

Five fascinating papers on the broad theme of conceptualising and categorising the human, from ancient to modern times. Wednesday 8 June, 2.15 – 5pm

Graduate Research Symposium Programme

Five fascinating papers on the broad theme of conceptualising and categorising the human, from ancient to modern times. Wednesday 8 June, 2.15 – 5pm

Summer Term Doctoral Masterclasses

Prof. Michael Hunter (Birkbeck) on using manuscript sources (April 27) and Prof. Jane Caplan (Oxford) on the state (May 4)

Summer Term Doctoral Masterclasses

Prof. Michael Hunter (Birkbeck) on using manuscript sources (April 27) and Prof. Jane Caplan (Oxford) on the state (May 4)

Cultivating Research Impact through Social Media 

This workshop is designed to provide an overview of some of the opportunities and best practice for using social media to promote your research and to connect and engage with others. Thursday 10 March, 1 -2.30pm

Cultivating Research Impact through Social Media 

This workshop is designed to provide an overview of some of the opportunities and best practice for using social media to promote your research and to connect and engage with others. Thursday 10 March, 1 -2.30pm

REF Impact Presentation

HCA staff will present on this crucial aspect of research and job applications. Tuesday 8 December, 6pm. This event follows the Graduate Research Symposium, 2-5pm

REF Impact Presentation

HCA staff will present on this crucial aspect of research and job applications. Tuesday 8 December, 6pm. This event follows the Graduate Research Symposium, 2-5pm

Workshop: History, Blogging and Social Media

This session tackles the question of how to navigate social media, making the most of the new spaces they open up while managing some of the risks and pitfalls. Tuesday 1 March 2016, 6 – 8pm

Workshop: History, Blogging and Social Media

This session tackles the question of how to navigate social media, making the most of the new spaces they open up while managing some of the risks and pitfalls. Tuesday 1 March 2016, 6 – 8pm