CaCHE PhD Summer School | Event registration
Event Timing: Monday, 26 July 2021 (9:30am) - Wednesday, 28 July 2021 (16:00)
Virtual via Zoom (details circulated before the event)
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CaCHE PhD Virtual Summer School
At CaCHE we are committed to supporting our early career scholars and to help provide advice, guidance and skill development to help enrich the PhD experience and support career development.

Our PhD Summer Schools are designed to provide a safe space for early career researchers to meet, share their work and to be involved in a range of sessions that will help inspire and develop knowledge and understanding, as well as increasing confidence to build networks and talk about your work to broader audiences.

Draft programme (please note this is still subject to change, a final programme will be emailed to attendees closer to the time):

Monday, 26 July 2021
09:30-10:30 Welcome session
Professor Ken Gibb, Director of CaCHE
10:30-12:00 Innovative Methods in Housing (and related) Research
Dr Paula Meth, Urban Studies and Planning, University of Sheffield and Dr Lindsey McCarthy, Centre for Regional Economic Studies, Sheffield Hallam University
13:00-15:00 Student presentations 1

Tuesday, 27 July 2021
10:00-13:00 How to frame your research question with an #OntologicalWashingLine. The philosophical foundations of housing research
Dr Craig Gurney, University of Glasgow
14:00-16:00 Student Presentations 2

Wednesday, 28 July 2021
10:00-11:00 Insights from Past PhD Students
Dr Danielle Butler, National Energy Action (NEA) & Dr Gareth Young, CaCHE
11:00-13:00 Knowing Your Audience: An overview of KE and Communications for PhD students
Dr Gareth James and Dr Gareth Young, CaCHE
14:00-15:00 Writing journal articles and approaching editors
Dr Felicity Matthews, Department. of Politics, University of Sheffield
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Would you like to do a short presentation? (deadline to request a place for presenting is 5pm (BST) 21, July 2021) *
If yes, please could provide a very brief description (a few sentences is fine) of a) your thesis topic b) what you propose to present on (we are suggesting short presentations of 10mins max. and can be on any aspect of your work, no matter what stage you're at from early ideas and thinking about research questions through to emerging findings and anything in between such as methods, conceptual frameworks, the field work as an example).
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