PhD Up – Academic Networking Workshop

This workshop aims to help researchers participate in interdisciplinary research collaborations, find postdoctoral research positions and gain recognition.

Networking in academia can lead to bettering your research outcomes, but what happens when none of the traditional ways of networking appeal to you? What happens if they are no longer available because conferences and seminars have moved online? What if those modes have actively put you off getting out there and doing any networking at all?

This networking workshop aims to help researchers build collaborations their field, enable them to participate in interdisciplinary research collaborations, find postdoctoral research positions and gain recognition for their achievements. Researchers will not only be provided practical tools to help them broaden their network, but also be provided the opportunity to apply skills by meeting fellow researchers and enriching their professional relationship with their peers.

Learning outcomes

By the end of the workshop, you will have:  

  • A framework for thinking about networking as a collaborative exercise
  • A base for building a personal network
  • A plan for developing your network in an ethical and respectful way.

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