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UCCRI Early Career Researcher needs assessment

last modified Jul 25, 2017 11:26 AM
The University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute is seeking feedback to help them further improve their skills development programme for early career researchers.

UCCRI developed and successfully ran an Early Career Researcher programme in 2016-2017, which aimed at supporting researcher skills development.

To enable them to provide a further robust and engaging programme in 2017-2018, they have devised a short survey to assess more widely researchers’ needs.

They would therefore be very grateful if you could take a few minutes to complete their survey on skills development needs, which is online here.

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