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Knowledge Transfer Workshop: AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Awards

Time: 24th May 2007, 10:00-12:00

Venue: Department of Philosophy

  • Following the recent success of University of Leeds in the AHRC collaborative PhD awards, this workshop enabled prospective applicants and new award holders to share the experiences of those already involved in the scheme. It was open to all staff, students and regional cultural/heritage organizations.
  • Panellists included:

  • Graeme Gooday (History & Philosophy of Science)
  • Claire Jones (PhD Student, History & Philosophy of Science/Thackray Museum)
  • Karen Watts (Institute of Medieval Studies/Royal Armouries Museum)
  • Ralph Moffat (PhD Student Institute of Medieval Studies/Royal Armouries Museum
  • Antonia Lovelace (Leeds City Museum)
  • Rosemary Preece (National Coal Mining Museum of England)
  • Susan Daniels (Performance and Cultural Industries)
  • Jonathan Topham (History and Philosophy of Science)
  • Jonathan Pitches (Performance and Cultural Industries)
  • Themes addressed included:

  • Establishing an appropriate collaborative relationship
  • Making a compelling application to the AHRC scheme
  • Recruiting the PhD student
  • Managing inter-institutional PhD supervisions
  • Understanding the PhD student's perspective
  • Supporting the PhD student
  • Formulating an appropriate contract on intellectual property
  • Appropriate public outputs for the PhD project

 

 

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