May 16, 2013
from 02:00 PM to 05:00 PM
|Where||Bowett Room, Queens' College|
|Contact Name||Roxana Herescu|
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Do you know how an interdisciplinary research project is carried out? What are the potential benefits of this type of collaborative approach?
If you are interested in interdisciplinary research but need a starting point, then this Cambridge Language Sciences Workshop might do the trick. This free event, designed by and for PhD students working in the field of language, aims to increase awareness and understanding of interdisciplinary research by bringing people and minds together for a methodology workshop at Queens’. Our invited speakers, Professor Robert Foley (Leverhulme Institute of Human Evolutionary Studies), Dr Joanne Taylor (MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit) and Mr Andrew Thwaites (Neurolex Group, Department of Psychology) will provide us with excellent examples of interdisciplinary research by sharing their work.
● What: Cambridge Language Sciences PhD Workshop
● When: Thursday, 16th May, 2-5 pm
● Where: Queens’ College, Bowett Room
● Whom: PhD students (all years and stages)
In Preparation for this workshop consider the following questions about your project:
- Is your project interdisciplinary in nature?
- What research methods have you employed/ are you considering employing in your research?
- How effective have they been? Could you have used other research methods to answer your research questions?
- Do you think your methods could be employed by a researcher outside your department/faculty?
- Could you design an interdisciplinary project?
2.00-2.30 Introductions and informal networking
2.30-3.30 Keynote talks
3.30-5.00 Moderated group discussion
* Tea/coffee and cake will be served
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