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Wed 25 May – Tue 14 Jun

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June 2022

Wed 1
Imposter Syndrome new [Places] 12:00 - 13:30

Details for this session can be found on the programme website https://ppd4phd.com/imposter-syndrome/

Fri 10
The Reflexive Researcher new [Places] 12:00 - 13:30

Dr Pallawi Sinha focuses on reflection in research. By sharing some of her own experiences working with some of the most vulnerable communities in India, Dr Sinha explains how central reflexivity is in research. The workshop considers how deeply invested we each are in our research questions and the very individual ‘toolkits’ we bring to our research, grounded in our life histories, to build understanding of how reflection and researcher-reflexivity confront and overcome incongruities, disparities and barriers that underscore research.

Dr Pallawi Sinha will deliver a 45 minute seminar for all students. There will then be an opportunity for a 30 minute group session at which we invite students who wish to engage and actively participate.

Tue 14
Training and Engagement - Cambridge ESRC DTP 2nd Year Cohort (3rd Year Optional) new [Places] 10:00 - 14:00 Institute of Criminology, Room B3

Our final Training and Engagement Day will be on Tuesday 14th June. We hope very much that you will be able to join us in person for this session. As you can see by the agenda below, it will be peer-led with some really interesting talks from past and present DTP students as well as two of our current ESRC Postdocs, who will be sharing with you some advice when thinking ahead to your third year.

Whilst we are aiming this event at 2nd years, we welcome anyone who is a 3rd year who would like to come along. You may find the talks from the postdocs of interest and also have a chance to catch up with each other in person. There will be a lunch afterwards until 2pm.