Research Seminars and Events

 

‌The Research Student Almanac

The Research Student Almanac gathers together all talks, events, training sessions, workshops and social meetings, extends a very warm welcome to our postgraduates, staff and, in many cases, the wider public, and allows for advance planning in terms of those sessions that you wish to attend. Visit the Almanac webpage to download the latest version. 

Doctoral College Events

Quarterly Research Symposia

The Doctoral College Symposia provide a day of workshops and talks that help support your growing knowledge and skill development as a research.

DateTimeVenueTopicMore information & booking
11th October 2021                        10am - 4pm  Online  Writing for Publication                   Eventbrite Link 
13th December 2021  10am - 4pm  Online  Employability Conference Part 1- Applications Eventbrite Link 
7th February 2022  10am - 4pm  Online  Employability Conference Part 2 - Job interviews  Eventbrite Link 
25th April 2022 10am - 4pm Online Research Ethics and Ethics Eventbrite Link

University of Wolverhampton Lecture Series

This Public Lecture Series provides topical content from a range of speakers, and includes the annual Christmas Lecture.

DateSession TimeVenueBooking Link
Wednesday 10th November, 2021 Dr Daisy Black : Diverse women said diverse things…A medieval storyteller’s account of research, performance, and the feminist shipping of Chaucer’s heroines 5pm - 7pm  Online Eventbrite Link
Dec TBC Christmas Lecture: ‘If Santa got stuck up the chimney, what would happen?' TBC TBC TBC
Wednesday 6th April, 2022 Dr David Matheson: ‘What does it mean to be well for a person with prostate cancer?’ 5pm - 7pm Online Eventbrite Link
w/c 20th June 2022 TBC TBC TBC TBC

 

Weekly Doctoral College Online Hangouts (every Tuesday lunchtime)

Weekly online hangouts are scheduled throughout the year in response to a request received from PGR students for a space to meet virtually to discuss a particular topic, or to simply share their thoughts and offer advice. Therefore, these sessions are generally interactive and are facilitated by the Doctoral College. Webinars are accessed via canvas and do not require an advanced booking. The webinar opens 15 minutes before the session, please do  not try to enter before then.

DateTimeTopic or General Chat
Tuesdays 31st August 2021 - 21st December 2021 13:00 - 14:00   General Chat Sessions
Tuesdays 4th January 2022 - 12th April 2022 13:00 - 14:00  General Chat Sessions
Tuesdays 26th April 2022 - 14th June 2022 13:00 - 14:00 General Chat Sessions
Tuesdays 28th June 2022 - 26th July 2022.  13:00 - 14:00  General Chat Sessions

To access these  through Canvas we recommend that you use either Chrome or FireFox as your browser.

1.       Go to wlv.ac.uk/canvas

2.       Open The Postgraduate Researchers' Development Course (If you are a staff member who is study a doctorate you will need to access this course via your student credentials.  The course will not be visible via your staff accounts)

3.       Go to ‘conferences’ on the left hand side of the screen and click the link

4.       You will see various webinars, go to the relevant event.

5.       Press the blue ‘join’ button when once the webinar is activated. 

6.       PLEASE DO NOT SET UP YOUR OWN ALTERNATIVE MEETING – THIS CONFUSES PEOPLE

Other Events 

Skills for Researchers workshops 

Visit wlv.ac.uk/lib/researchers to book a place on any of these workshops or email lisliaison@wlv.ac.uk to arrange a  group workshop at an alternative time.

Business Events & Seminars

The University holds a wide range of events and seminars designed to help businesses start, grow and learn new skills.  Ranging from fully funded introductory new business start-up courses,  comprehensive mentoring programmes, networking opportunities and specialised areas such as Building Information Modelling (BIM), we aim to support and help grow businesses of all sizes.

For further details visit: http://www.wlv.ac.uk/business-services/business-events-/ 

Maths Support Centre

The maths support centre offers support and guidance to help you with any level of mathematics, statistics or numeracy to help you with your studies.

The maths support centre based in MD112 is a FREE service open to all students, from any school studying any subject in any year.

For further details visit: https://www.wlv.ac.uk/current-students/student-support/faculty-student-services/maths-support-centre/