The Research & Knowledge Exchange Office coordinates a variety of research events throughout the year. Details of upcoming events can be found within this page and wider university events are also listed here. Please contact email@example.com if you would like further information.
Our monthly Brown Bag series are open to staff & students to attend. Staff & PGR students are invited to present their research and gain feedback. These sessions are informal with lunch provided.
If you would like to present at a Brown Bag session, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Outlook invites for upcoming Brown Bag sessions will be circulated to staff, PGR & MRes students.
Plymouth Marjon University is home to a fantastic professorial community. Find out more about past and upcoming inaugural lectures.
1400, 13 May 2020
Join Professor Michael Hyland for this interactive study skills session on 'Doing Research: learning from the mistakes I have made'.
Open to staff & students.
Wed 3 June, 1030-1200hrs
Dr Kass Gibson (Ethics Panel - Chair) and Alison Millyard (Ethics Panel - PGR representative)
This session will provide an opportunity to delve into the ethics application process, including the development of supplementary material and how to apply the risk assessment.
Primarily aimed at PGR and Early Career Researchers but open to all staff.
Send your ethics related questions to email@example.com by Friday 29 May, 4pm.
Full details coming soon!
POSTPONED - DATE TBC 2020
Join us for our Masterclass Academy Series when we will be welcoming four speakers: Professor Rachel Lofthouse, Philippa Cordingley, Professor Gerry Czerniawki & Professor Sonia Blandford.
This masterclass creates a space to consider four distinct areas in professional learning:
1. How coaching can improve and transform the lives of educators;
2. How to move forward as an early career researcher;
3. How opportunities for progression as a professional may be bound by issues of social mobility;
4. How education needs to re-think the way professional learning is delivered.
Open to the public. This event will also be streamed live to our Marjon Cornwall campus in Truro.
Full details & register
1100, 13 May 2020
Otter.ai uses artificial intelligence to help transcribe interviews, focus groups, spoken reflections, and other voice recordings – It is a real time saver. In this session, Dr Alister McCormick will explain how to navigate the ethical implications of using Otter to help with transcription (particularly informed consent), and he will show you how to use it in practice.
Open to all staff, PGR and MRes students. This event will take place via Microsoft Teams. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an invitation.
1300 - 1400, 26 March 2020
Where should I publish? How do I go about getting a paper published? What are predatory journals? Publishing Hints & Tips....and much more!
Open to Staff, PGR & MRes Students. This session will be taking place online via the RKEO Microsoft Teams.
1230 - 1400, 4 March 2020
"Why the context is important" Professor Michael Hyland describes recent advances in theoretical understanding showing how the context is important to prevention, therapy and health, a theoretical understanding help guide clinicians and lifestyle coaches in their practice.
Open to the public.
Full details & register