Summer School 2024: Research with Young People and ‘Vulnerable’ Groups

Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee Old Hawkhill, Dundee
Attendance: 42 / 42

This session will explore the ethical and methodological considerations for research with young people, especially those who might be considered ‘vulnerable’. Workshop attendees will have the opportunity to reflect on how these topics might apply to their own research.

Summer School 2024: The Hidden Curriculum & Development Needs Analysis: Connecting the Dots

Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee Old Hawkhill, Dundee
Attendance: 23 / 30

This workshop aims to highlight how doctoral scholars can harness the power of the Hidden Curriculum as they plan their personal journeys of growth & development not only for a successful, meaningful & timely PhD completion, but also in preparing for a post-PhD career.

Summer School 2024: Emotion, Research & the Neoliberal University

Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee Old Hawkhill, Dundee
Attendance: 28 / 30

Drawing on similar events run in the past and published work, I will consider strategies to safeguard yourself as a key component of researching ethically. We will consider and discuss what a sustainable workload looks like? and just as important, how can we achieve this in institutions that seem to be determined to push us to burnout.

Summer School 2024: Challenge Pathway Cohort Building

Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee Old Hawkhill, Dundee
Attendance: 11 / 60

This session will include a range of activities to support networking within your challenge pathway. There will also be opportunities to make connections across PhD projects in terms of research questions, methods, literature, approaches to making broader impact and more!

Summer School 2024: Introduction to Multilevel Modelling

Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee Old Hawkhill, Dundee
Attendance: 29 / 30

In this short course, we will introduce the main concepts and theoretical issues around multilevel modelling. We will gain experience fitting this type of models with real-world multilevel data from the UK Data Service, using R and RStudio, but we will also discuss alternative software packages.

Summer School 2024: Thinking Through Decolonial Methodologies

Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee Old Hawkhill, Dundee
Attendance: 25 / 25

The call for decolonisation within the academy has been intensifying in recent years. What does this mean for our research methodologies? This workshop opens a dialogue on what decolonising research may mean.

Summer School 2024: Analysing Complex Surveys

Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee Old Hawkhill, Dundee
Attendance: 13 / 30

This workshop will explain why complex samples are used, the implications of complex samples for statistical data analysis, and approaches to analysing complex samples data. Whilst this workshop is primarily focussed on the analysis of social survey data resources, the principles can be more widely applied to other forms of made and found data.

Summer School 2024: An Introduction to Qualitative Research

Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee Old Hawkhill, Dundee
Attendance: 27 / 60

This session is intended to be an introductory guide for students who have never engaged in qualitative research before, or have a small amount of qualitative experience that they would like to build on. No prior learning is required.

Summer School 2024: Queer Data Production (online session)

Online
Attendance: 15 / 15

This workshop guides participants through the current UK data context, the risks and benefits data representation has for LGBTI+ people and show how reflexivity, transparency and consent can be centred in our survey design processes.

Summer School 2024: Using Focus and Reading Groups in Social Research

Online
Attendance: 132 / 200

This session is intended for anyone who might be considering the use of focus groups as part of their research project. It will introduce and consider the use of focus group and reading group as a distinctive method of qualitative research.

Summer School 2024: Responsible AI

Online
Attendance: 51 / 50

In this session, you will learn what AI technologies are, how they work, and how they are developed. We will then cover current research strands in responsible AI to make AI system fair, accountable, and transparent.

Spring into Methods: Green Freeport Hackathon Challenge

University of the Highlands and Islands, Inverness 1, Inverness Campus Inverness, Highlands IV2 5NA United Kingdom University of the Highlands and Islands, Inverness 1, Inverness Campus Inverness, Highlands, Inverness, United Kingdom
Attendance: 8 / 30

led by the University of the Highlands and Islands Aim: to develop co-created community projects securing local socio-economic benefits from major infrastructure development, specifically, the…

Creative Methods in Research: A Hands-on Learning Experience

Learning and Teaching Centre, Strathclyde University Level 6, 49 Richmond Street, Glasgow
Attendance: 30 / 30

Let’s have a play date! Stella and Arushi invite you to play with LEGO® and walk around the University to reflect on our PhD journeys.

This hands-on learning workshop will offer the participants the opportunity to explore positionality and reflexivity in research along with two creative methods, namely: LEGO® building and map-making.

Autumn Internships Q&A

Attendance: 32 / ∞

This virtual Question & Answer session will be hosted by the SGSSS Research Impact and Partnerships Team. The event will start with an overview of…