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Getting Connected in Cambridge: insights and Opportunities for Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Research Staff

When Oct 14, 2015
from 12:00 PM to 02:30 PM
Where CRASSH, S3, Third floor, Alison Richard Building 7 West Road, CB3 9DT
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Researchers on fixed-term and open-ended contracts are one of the largest staff groups in Cambridge, and face distinctive challenges both in orientating themselves within the University and in developing their careers. Whether a first-time postdoc or on your first research contract in Cambridge, 'Getting Connected in Cambridge: insights and opportunities for Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences research staff' will provide invaluable information on how to navigate life as a researcher here. As well as an official welcome from the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs, there will be a brief interactive presentations from the Careers Service and Personal and Professional Development (PPD) whose principal role is to support the University's research staff.

The event will be followed by a welcome lunch from 1.30pm in the atrium of the Alison Richard Building, hosted by the CRASSH postdoc forum - an opportunity to meet new and returning postdoctoral researchers in the arts, humanities and social sciences.

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