The final year of a doctorate requires researchers to become ‘thesis producers’. Hence, the main focus of this session will be on getting from today to the point of thesis submission.
This will include:
Bookings for workshops are via PhD Manager: https://phdmanager.ulster.ac.uk.
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PhD Manager will hold your booking and attendance records for all Researcher Development activities.
Dave graduated in 2000 with a PhD in Public International Law, looking at the concept of statehood, particularly state failure.
He first became interested in the role of doctoral training as a new post-doctorate, and to date has spent many years running training programmes aimed at enabling academic researchers to develop, across Central and Eastern Europe.
His company, Education-Training Ltd has provided a small number of valued courses at Ulster for a number of years now.
Dave continues to work closely with universities across Europe.
This session maps on to Domain B of the Vitae Framework: Personal effectiveness which includes the sub-domain areas of: