Training and Opportunities
Employability: what do doctoral graduates offer employers?
In a modern knowledge-based economy, highly educated and skilled people are in great demand. Doctoral graduates are amongst the most highly educated and skilled groups in the workforce. Many go on to use their skills within academia or in research-intensive occupations in industry but many others draw on their research background and skills gained during their doctoral degree in a wide variety of other occupations. See Vitae's blog here.
2022 CLOSER conference 18th - 20th January 2022
Following the success of its 2018 and 2020 editions, CLOSER is hosting a third collaborative conference to share best practice and tackle mutual challenges faced by the longitudinal studies community.
With the world still dealing with COVID-19 and its far-reaching impacts, ‘Preparing for the future III: tackling key challenges facing longitudinal population studies in a post-COVID world’ (18-20 January 2022) will focus on the value and shape of longitudinal studies in the wake of the pandemic. Find out more and register here
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Introduction to agent-based modelling for social scientists...19 Jan 2022 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Copyright Issues in Secondary Data Use ... 24 January 2022 - 09:30 to 25 January 2022 - 12:30 ( Please note that this event is already fully booked. If you register, you will be put on the waiting list) .
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