Workshop: Applying for Academic Positions & Research Funding

UCD

This workshop will provide early stage researchers (PhD students, postdoctoral fellows and post-PhD
scholars) with practical guidance about how to build an international research profile, apply for
academic positions, and identify research funding opportunities.

Panellists will include academics from Europe, the USA and Canada, who have experience interviewing candidates for academic positions, and applying for and assessing applications for research funding.

The workshop will begin with brief presentations by two panels of guest speakers, after which there will be time for questions and discussion. Each of the presenters will give short talks about their work in the area of their presentation, focusing particularly on the practicalities involved. There will be ample time for questions and discussion following the presentations.

The second half of the workshop will provide delegates with an opportunity to book individual (15-minute) appointments with one of the guest speakers. These meetings will give each delegate time to discuss questions and concerns specific to her/his situation.

DATE & TIME
Tuesday 10 June 2014 @ 9.15 am-1 pm

VENUE
Room H204, Humanities Institute, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4
Web: http://www.ucd.ie/humanities
A campus map is available to download here: http://www.ucd.ie/maps

REGISTRATION
Registration is free and is open to postgraduate students and postdoctoral researchers from
all Colleges within UCD and from other universities. Places are limited so pre-registration is
necessary. Registration operates on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. To register, send the
following details to both noreen.giffney@ucd.ie and anne.mulhall@ucd.ie

1. Delegate’s name, School/ Department and University where registered, supervisor’s/
mentor’s name
2. PhD/ postdoctoral project working title and short description of research topic (c.
150 words)
3. Short biographical statement (c. 150 words), including research interests,
conference/ seminar presentations, teaching experience, and publications (These
should be included in paragraph format in the 150 words)
4. Whether you are registering to attend the workshop only or if you would like to
make an appointment with one of the panellists in the afternoon.

Further particulars, including details of speakers: 10.06.2014 Applying for Academic Positions and Research Funding

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