To inspire a supportive community of doctoral researchers for doctoral researchers at the University of Greenwich
The main hope of the Doctoral Society is to provide a ‘hub’ for all postgraduate students at the University of Greenwich. The Doctoral Society is entirely student-led and has the potential to create a meaningful difference to the PhD cohort, by providing excellent opportunities for development. The Society's main aims may be summarised as follows:
Nominations to open February 2024. Further details will be announced soon.
The Mentoring programme was established with the idea of promoting an environment whereby PhD students can leverage from the resources and expertise of professionals within the university. The programme aims to support PhD students develop and improve their professional and transferable skills through the guidance of experts who understand your journey and your career path.
Changes have been made to the fee structure. All members will now have free access to all social events and academic-related workshops. However, fees may apply to specific events (e.g. offsite visits).
To join, please register on http://www.thephdforum.com.
More information to be announced soon!
Moderator: Rania Hassan
Speakers: Ihator Brown, Manuela Carnaghi and John Leonida
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Academic Communities Consultation Groups: https://www.greenwichsu.co.uk/academic-communities/events/