Researcher Careers Month

Researcher Careers Month consists of a variety of informative lunchtime sessions and is aimed primarily at the UL research community of Research Assistants, Post-Doctoral Researchers, Research Fellows and Senior Research Fellows. The sessions for Researcher Careers Month are broken into three key areas;

1) Researcher Tips; providing unique insights and advice into key areas for researchers such as publishing and funding from people involved in research.

2) Researcher Skills; these sessions provide valuable transferrable skills in areas such as networking and communication. 

3) Research Career Paths; discussing viable alternate career paths for researchers which will build on their experience to date.

Researcher Careers Month is supported as part of the University of Limerick’s HR Strategy for Researchers. Please register for any of the sessions below at hrbookings@ul.ie.

Tuesday 14th November Researcher Skills:
Communicating Your Research
Mr. Paul Bader,
ScreenHouse
AD1-045, Analog Devices Building, 12.30 -2.30pm
Thursday, 16th November Research Career Paths:
Careers in Academia –Incorporating Your Research
Dr. Sarah Hudson,  Department of Chemical Sciences, Bernal Institute, UL AD1-045, Analog Devices Building, 1-2pm
Tuesday 21st November Researcher Tips:
Personal Insights on Publishing
Prof. James Gleeson,
Chair in Industrial and Applied Mathematics, UL
AD1-045, Analog Devices Building, 1-2pm
Tuesday 28th November Researcher Tips:
Successful Proposal Writing – An Evaluators Perspective
Dr. Maurice N Collins,
Bernal Institute, UL
AD1-045, Analog Devices Building, 1-2pm
Wednesday 29th November Researcher Skills:
Networking for Researchers
Ms. Louise McNamara,
Director Invisio
The Pavilion, 1-2pm
Wednesday 29th November Researcher Tips:
Building Strategic Networks for Research
Dr. Rose Galvin,
Clinical Therapies, UL
The Pavilion, 2 pm -2.30 pm
Thursday 30th November  Researcher Tips:
Working with Industry Partners
Mr. Jon O’ Halloran,
(SSPC) General Manager, UL
AD1-045, Analog Devices Building, 1-2 pm

A full programme of events is available here