Monday 25 January 2016
EB708, Executive Business Centre, 16:00-18:00
This ‘catalyst’ event is an opportunity for anyone with an interest in research with children and young people to:
- meet BU researchers from across the university
- share experiences and future research ambitions; and
- develop future research partnerships
Operating in a ‘bring and buy’ spirit, this event recognises the benefits of sharing knowledge and expertise across different disciplines. The event is open to all those interested in research with children and young people whatever their research interests, affiliation or tradition.
Thursday 28 January 2016
Professor Matt Bentley
KG03, Talbot Campus, 09:30-11:00
This 90-minute training session will give attendees the opportunity to find out more about interdisciplinary research including:
- What is interdisciplinary research?
- What counts as a discipline?
- The reasons why it is becoming increasingly important both inside and outside the university (e.g. by funders, policy makers etc.).
- How it might impact on your research practice?
- The potential and the challenges of this type of work.
- The role it has in institutions and careers.
Click on the links above to book on to the events.
What would Marty McFly need in 25 years’ time? EB705, Executive Business Centre – For BU academics and researchers only, we also have on Tuesday 26th January (10.00 – 17.00) and Wednesday 27th January 2016 (morning only) an interactive workshop session designed to tackle a big question for modern day life – how digital technology affects different aspects of our daily lives. The session will create a collaborative space for researchers to share ideas, challenge assumptions and develop future research proposals.
To take part in this exciting opportunity, BU academic and research staff should complete the Sandpit Application Form and return this to Dianne Goodman by Tuesday 12th January. Places are strictly limited.