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Launching the UofG Fellow’s Network

By Dr Rachel Herries – Researcher Development Specialist for Research Staff, Dr Maria McPhillips – Head of Strategic Research Initiatives, […]

Overcoming Imposterism

By Suzie Shapiro, PGR Mental Health Adviser  “I’m a fraud – everyone is going to find out!” “Everyone could do […]

On the various benefits of internships

By Adam Gordon, PGR Communications Intern in the Research Culture and Researcher Development Team I didn’t expect to be an […]

Positive steps to reduce perfectionism

By Suzie Shapiro, PGR Mental Health Adviser Undertaking research work is an exciting and fulfilling opportunity; however, it is also […]

Mentoring, much more than advice

By Dr Kay Guccione, Researcher Development Manager As with all types of educational practice, there’s not a ‘right way’ to […]

A ‘Talent Lab’ for Research Staff

By Dr Rachel Herries, Researcher Development Specialist (Concordat Implementation), and designer of the Talent Lab for Research Staff. The University […]

Supervising, with the end in mind

By Katrina Gardner, Careers Manager for PGRs and Research Staff, and Dickon Copsey, Employability Officer within the College of Social Sciences. […]


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