With so many events, seminars, workshops and conferences on campus - it can be a challenge to know what's going on! Here is your quick guide.

Top tips

1. Sign up to newsletters from institutes based on campus - go network and meet some new colleagues!
2. Read the latest Research Matters Online newsletter.  
3. Keep an eye on training from our Researcher Development Centre.


Training - what you can sign up for.

Researcher Development Centre
Our University is committed to supporting your development and has just created the Researcher Development Centre. The centre will help you assess your skills and identify gaps, and provide training to you as needed.  Click here to visit the site - Researcher Development Centre.

Also worth checking out is the Research Office's section on Research Integrity Training and the Library's Eventbrite page, for some excellent training and workshop.

Events - what you can go to.

Research Matters Online

The Research Office produces its own monthly events and updates guide, Research Matters Ezine. This is emailed to all colleges, but if you are not on those lists you can access the most recent version here.

Institute E-Zines
As a researcher, there are some great mailing lists you can join belonging to our research groups.  Sign up on the home page of the Whitaker InstituteCÚRAM,  and the Moore Institute.

University Diary
One of the best resources is Dialann, which is the University's online diary - with an accompanying all staff weekly email. 

The Conference Office website points to the events they are supporting in the coming months.


News - what's been happening.

Research Matters Online
Stay in tune with what's hitting the headlines from our University's research community with Research Matters Online, a specially curated online magazine.

View my Flipboard Magazine.

Press Releases
All of the Universities news stories can be found in the news section of our website.