Applying for a PhD – Online Webinar Are you thinking of starting a PhD? Wish to encourage some current BU students to continue their academic journey with us? If so, why not come along to this online webinar! Understand the benefits of doing a PhD at BU and the process of applying including our application… Read more » about Applying for a PhD – Online Webinar
Check out the April e-newsletter. All ‘monthly update for researcher development, culture and community’ e-newsletters are available in a dedicated content area on the Doctoral College Researcher Development Programme Brightspace unit. If you have any questions about the e-newsletter or would like to feature content, please contact Natalie [Doctoral College Programme Manager].
Are you a current PGR supervisor, or possibly interested in becoming one? Did you know in addition to supporting PGRs, the Doctoral College also have an institutional wide remit for supervisor development and support? As part of the ongoing suite of training and development, offered in conjunction with the Faculties, which includes new supervisor training,… Read more » about BRAND NEW: The SnapShot!
A new review of Doctoral Supervision has been published in Encyclopedia 2023 by lead author Dr Martyn Polkinghorne (Associate Professor, BUBS/FLIE), in collaboration with co-authors Dr Julia Taylor, Dr Fiona Knight and Natalie Stewart from the Doctoral College. Encyclopedia is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal and the paper entitled Doctoral Supervision: A Best Practice Review … Read more » about New Publication: Doctoral Supervision Review Paper
Thank you to all of our presenters, poster exhibitors, session chairs and of course delegates who supported the 14th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference. It is always a highlight on the Doctoral College events calendar and we hope you all enjoyed the day. The conference had an amazing buzz and vibrancy about it, and it… Read more » about Reflections on the 14th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference
Register to attend the 14th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference. We will be hosting a PGR poster exhibition in FG06 with over 40 research posters on display (our biggest exhibition yet!). The conference will also see oral presentations presented via Zoom with a screening room in Create LT (spaces limited). You can see the full… Read more » about The 14th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference
I am delighted to be able to share with you the 2022-23 Researcher Development Programme for PGRs. Bookings for all sessions through to December are now open via the RDP Brightspace! There are 40 different workshops to choose from, with more opening in November! Following a successful trial, we see the return of the ‘navigating… Read more » about Launched: Doctoral College Researcher Development Programme 2022-23
Following our recent ProGRess is imminent message, we are pleased to announce ProGRess is now live. The new improved online system replacing ResearchPAD is now available to postgraduate researchers (PGRs), supervisors, and administrators. Accessing ProGRess for the first time You can access ProGRess via: https://progress.bournemouth.ac.uk/ or by scrolling across and clicking on the ProGRess logo… Read more » about ProGRess is now live!
Following our recent ProGRess launch imminent message we are pleased to announce ProGRess will go live on Wednesday 31 August. The new improved online system replacing ResearchPAD will be available to postgraduate researchers (PGRs), supervisors, and administrators. When will the change from ResearchPAD to ProGRess happen? IT Services will migrate all user data from ResearchPAD… Read more » about ProGRess going live – Wednesday 31 August
The Doctoral College are pleased to announce the imminent introduction of ProGRess the new research degree progression monitoring system. ProGRess will go live in the next few weeks. The new improved online system will be replacing ResearchPAD and will be available to postgraduate researchers (PGRs), supervisors, and administrators. The benefits of the new system include:… Read more » about Introducing ProGRess the new ResearchPAD