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The PRIDE Podcast
16 minutes | Dec 14, 2022
RoSiE - Fostering Open Science in Europe
Research Ethics and Research Integrity are also an issue in Open Science and Citizen Science. As part of their training, these topics should be taught to Doctoral Candidates at the beginning of their career. ROSiE is a three-year project funded by HORIZON2020. ROSiE project's mission is to develop and openly share novel practical tools that ensure research ethics and research integrity in open science and citizen science. Listen to this episode of the PRIDE Podcast and find out, which tools the Rosie project has to offer for you. https://rosie-project.eu/
26 minutes | Nov 29, 2022
Research Integrity – a toolbox for Professionals in Doctoral Education
Research Integrity is an important topic in #doctoraleducation. A thorough knowledge about how to conduct research according to research standards should be part of any doctoral training experience. But just providing trainings and knowledge on the topic usually is not enough to set up a healthy research practice. The SOPs4RI project (https://sops4ri.eu/) has developed a toolbox to help research institutions cultivate research integrity.
28 minutes | Sep 21, 2022
From the Doctoral Office Perspective: Societal Impact in Research
In this episode, we discuss what doctoral offices should know about impact. The illustrious guest list covers Spain north to south, with our expert Toñi Caro, a senior institutional capacity builder for the implementation of societal impact and stakeholder engagement strategies, and Núria Roca Terricabras, head of the Doctoral Office, and Elisenda Rosanas Serrabasa, project manager at the Doctoral Office at the UNIVERSITY OF VIC – CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF CATALONIA. https://www.linkedin.com/in/toni-caro/ https://www.uvic.cat/en
15 minutes | Dec 20, 2021
Evaluating the Societal Impact of Science
In this podacst we talk about the topic of impact; what should one know about this, why is it important and what does this mean for the area of doctoral education and professionals working in this area. Links: AESIS Network - The Network for Advancing and Evaluating the Societal Impact of Science: https://aesisnet.com/
14 minutes | Sep 28, 2021
What you should know about Eurodoc
Today we will take a closer look at Eurodoc, the European Council of Doctoral Candidates and Junior Researchers. It is an international federation of 29 national organisations of PhD candidates, and more generally of young researchers from 26 countries of the European Union and the Council of Europe. This episode is especially directed at newcomers in the area. My interview partner is Agnieszka Żyra. Agnieszka is a PhD candidate at the Institute of Production Engineering at Cracow University of Technology and she is the president of Eurodoc. She was elected in July 2021. Links: Eurodoc Website: http://www.eurodoc.net/ Cracow University of Technology: https://www.pk.edu.pl/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Eurodoc https://twitter.com/AgnieszkaZyra https://twitter.com/WydziaP
34 minutes | Jul 7, 2021
Graduate Schools and Central Offices - a Conversation with Maresi Nerad about Global Trends in Doctoral Education
In this episode Maresi Nerad and Lucas Zinner talk about the global trends in doctoral education, changes in the last years, the role of doctoral and graduate schools and why central offices are so important. Maresi Nerad is the founding director of the Center for Innovation and Research in Graduate Education (CIRGE) and Professor for in Higher Education in the Leadership in Higher Education Program, College of Education, at the University of Washington, Seattle. Further readings: Nerad, M. Bogle, D., Peters, Ch. Kohl, U., O‘Carroll, C., Scholz, B. (expected 2022.) Towards a Core Value System in Doctoral Education. London:University of College London Press. (e-book) Nerad, M. and Evans B. (Eds.). (2014). Globalization and Its Impacts on the Quality of PhD Education Worldwide. Forces and Forms of Doctoral Education Worldwide. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers. (Received the 2015 AERA, SIG 186 Outstanding Publication Award). Chapter 5. Nerad, M. (2014) Developing ‘Fit for Purpose’ Research Doctoral Graduates. Increased Standardization of Quality Measures in PhD Education Worldwide. In Nerad& Evans, Globalization and Its Impacts on the Quality of PhD Education Worldwide. Forces and Forms of Doctoral Education Worldwide Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers. Cardoso, S., Tavares, O., Sin, C., & Carvalho, T., (eds) (2020) Structural and Institutional Transformations in Doctoral Education: Social, Political and Student Expectations. Springer Nature Switzerland. Cham, Switzerland: Palmgrave Macmillan. Nerad, M. (2020). Governmental Innovation Policies, Globalization, and Change in Doctoral Education Worldwide: Are Doctoral Programs Converging? Trends and Tensions. In Cardoso, S., Tavares, O., Sin, C., & Carvalho, T., (eds). Structural and Institutional Transformations in Doctoral Education: Social, Political and Student Expectations. pp. 43-84. Springer Nature Switzerland. Cham, Switzerland: Palmgrave Macmillan. Yudkevich, H. P. Altbach. & DeWit, Trends and Issues in Doctoral Education; A Global Perspective. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE. ISBN 9789353882563 [Titel anhand dieser ISBN in Citavi-Projekt übernehmen] (eBook), Nerad, M. (2020) Doctoral Education Worldwide: Three Decades of Change. (chapter 2). In M. Yudkevich, H. P. Altbach. & DeWit, Trends and Issues in Doctoral Education; A Global Perspective. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE. ISBN 9789353882563 (eBook), pp.43-84. Elliot,D, Bengtsen, S. Guccione, K. Kobayashi, S. (2020) The Hidden Curriculum in Doctoral Education. Springer Nature Switzerland. Cham, Switzerland: Palmgrave Macmillan.
32 minutes | Apr 15, 2021
The Making of Supervisors
Stan Taylor has published several books and papers on Doctoral Supervision and Doctoral Education. In this podcast he talks to Lucas Zinner about supervision training, the assessment of the PhD all around the world, and what his motivation is to engage so passionately in this area. Links: Stans Profile: https://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=7010 Stans latest publications: Taylor, S. and Clegg, K. (2021) Towards a Framework for the Recognition of Good Supervisory Practice. In A. Lee and R. Bongaardt (Eds.) The Future of Doctoral Research: Challenges and Opportunities. London, Routledge: 24-238. Taylor, S. (2021) Towards Describing the Doctoral Education Landscape. UK Council for Graduate Education. Available on-line at http://www.ukcge.ac.uk/article/towards-global-doctoral-landscape-475.aspx Taylor, S. and Humphrey, R. (2021) A Guide for Research Supervisors in Organisations Outside Higher Education. UK Council for Graduate Education. Available on-line at http://www.ukcge.ac.uk/article/guide-supervision-organisation-outsidehe-473.aspx Taylor, S., Kiley M. and Holley, K.A. [Eds.] (2021) The Making of Doctoral Supervisors. London, Routledge. For details please go to https://bit.ly/2IWMbDa Kumar, S., Kumar, V. & Taylor, S. (2020) A Guide to Online Supervision. UK Council for Graduate Education. Available on-line at http://www.ukcge.ac.uk/media/download.aspx?MediaId=2268
16 minutes | Mar 15, 2021
What you should know about the EUA-CDE
In this episone we will look closer at the EUA CDE, the Council for Doctoral Education of the EUA, the European University Association. We talked to Alexander Hasgall, the Head of the EUA-CDE about activities and goals. We also also asked Alexander what he believes the current major trends in doctoral education are. This episode is especially directed at newcomers in the area. In these episodes we will try to give you an overview over important topics and institutions. The EUA-CDE can be found here: https://eua-cde.org/
31 minutes | Mar 4, 2021
Going online with transferable skills training: the switch and its impact for trainers and programme managers
Like so many, in the world of transferable skills training we scrambled in 2020 to switch to providing our support online with little prior training or experience to draw on. The switch was a deeply challenging exercise - and many of us have had very positive experience, and we appreciate the many benefits that come from digital practice. Nevertheless, for some there were stiff obstacles of skills gaps, schedule clashes and content or method that cannot be easily converted. The experience of trial and error can be a stressful one, so it was clear to the CUSO in Switzerland that, after a solid eight months of work, action and rush behind us, we needed to provide an opportunity for our trainers to listen to and support their risk-taking, as well as to recognise and share our combined learnings. In this podcast, Ilaria Orsi, head of the transferable skills programme at the CUSO, is joined by Maura Hannon, a trainer with the CUSO and expert in social media and digital work communication in general, and by Verity Elston, head of career advice for the Graduate Campus at the University of Lausanne. They summarise the discussions held with the CUSO trainers over three separate workshops in December 2020, covering: - The experience of switching to online format: what people miss, what they enjoy - The learnings and best practices shared by trainers and programme managers - The ongoing challenges as we continue to provide our support online in 2021 You can find informtion on CUSO, the Conférence universitaire de Suisse occidentale here: https://www.cuso.ch/
20 minutes | Feb 18, 2021
Research careers, well-being and mental health - a summary of our webinar in February 2021
Todays podcast is recording of our webinar on Research Careers well-being and mental health, which took place on February 3rd 2021. Our speakers in this webinar were Gabor Kismihok and Desiree Dickerson. Gabor is the head of the Learning and Skills Analytics research Group at the Leibniz Information Center for Science and Technology (TIB) in Hannover, Germany. He also chairs the recently started COST Action on Researcher Mental Health. Desiree is a clinical psychologist who specialises in the mental health and well-being of researchers and the academic community. Having worked as a researcher in New Zealand, Australia and Austria, Desiree now works globally with universities, lab groups, and academics in the pursuit of a healthier approach to research. Links: This is the link to the original PRIDE Webinar: https://pride-network.eu/events/follow-up-webinar-research-careers-well-being-and-mental-health/ Here you can find the COST Action on Researcher Mental Health: https://www.cost.eu/actions/CA19117/#tabs|Name:overview Further projects Gabor wanted to mention: An online AI based training recommender and mentoring system is being set up in this project: https://www.tib.eu/en/research-development/project-overview/project-summary/oscar Gabor is involved in a non-profit foundation to help all those researchers, who do not have enough resources to cover high quality training: https://scilink.eu/ This summer the Oeduverse project will launch its first online summer school, where mental health and wellbeing issues will be addressed: https://oeduverse.eu/ In MCAA there is a referent peer-mentoring service: https://www.mariecuriealumni.eu/referent-mentoring-initiative-msca-early-career-researchers If you are struggling with mental health issues, please do not hesitate to consult your local support unit for help.
8 minutes | Feb 3, 2021
Covid 19, PhDs and Declining Admissions
Alina Adriana Minea, professor for engineering and Director of the Doctoral Office at the Technical University of Iasi in Romania and describes the impact of the Covid-19 crisis, especially for the area of doctoral education. She is especially worried about the decline of enrolment numbers due to the Crisis. For Alina it was important to hear how other universities deal with this, so we decided to record a podcast on this topic to start a discussion. If you want to contact Alina directly you can reach her here: firstname.lastname@example.org For discussing this issue with peers, either send us an email to: email@example.com or post a comment via twitter. You can find us under @PRIDE_Network.
20 minutes | Jan 25, 2021
The History Behind the Salzburg Principles
This episode reflects on the history behind the Salzburg Principles. When in February 2005 Rectors and Vice Rectors from all over Europe met up in Salzburg to discuss doctoral education important foundations for the next years were laid. This meeting brought about change in all of Europe. Melita Kovacevic was part of this game-changing event and shares her memories and insights with us. About the speaker: Melita Kovacevic is Professor at the University of Zagreb, former Vice-Rector for Research and Chair of EUA CDE. Link to the meeting and publication: https://www.eua.eu/resources/publications/626:salzburg-2005-%E2%80%93-conclusions-and-recommendations.html
11 minutes | Jan 7, 2021
Starting a discussion about PhD Networking
Today we are talking to Lukáš Nachtigal from the Charles University in the Czech Republic. Lukas has a topic for which he wants to start a conversation. He approached us as he wanted to start a discussion about Doctoral Candidate Networking and how we can support. We have also invited Lisette Schmidt from the University of Vienna who will give a first suggestion to his question.
14 minutes | Jan 5, 2021
10 Years of Transferable Skills Training for Doctoral Candidates
Bianca Lindorfer from the Center for Doctoral Studies talks about her experiences organising transferable skills training for doctoral candidates at the University of Vienna and what she has learnt in the last 10 years.
2 minutes | Jan 4, 2021
The PRIDE Podcast - Introduction
Welcome to the PRIDE Podcast - the Podcast for Professionals working in the area of doctoral education. The PRIDE Network is an association which aims at representing the community of Professionals in Doctoral Education within Europe and beyond. By offering resources for the advancement of professionals in this are we ultimately aim at improving doctoral education. To reach this goal we have developed different formats to reach our members and all interested people. The podcast is our newest addition.
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