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  1. The writing process: getting started

    Audience: PG research

    Date: Monday 4 March 2024

    Times: 10.00 to 13.00

    Programme: GRADskills

    Key details: Zoom meeting. A hands-on workshop offering tools and tips for generating, focusing, targeting and structuring your writing. Of particular relevance in the first half of your PhD.

  1. Presentation Skills

    Audience: PG research, PG taught, UG

    Date: Monday 4 March 2024

    Times: 17.15 to 18.15

    Programme: MSkills

    Programme: U-Skills

    Key details: In-person, venue: MAT: 3B - Tutorial Room

  1. Resilience: Introductory Session: Self Awareness 1

    Audience: PG research, PG taught, UG

    Date: Tuesday 5 March 2024

    Times: 17.00 to 18.00

    Programme: GRADskills

    Programme: MSkills

    Programme: U-Skills

    Key details: Resilience 1/5

  1. Teaching skills: Designing a tutorial

    Audience: PG research, PG taught, UG

    Date: Tuesday 5 March 2024

    Times: 15.00 to 17.00

    Programme: GRADskills

    Programme: MSkills

    Programme: U-Skills

    Key details: In-person, venue: C5 Bute Building

  1. CVs and job applications: getting onto the short-list

    Audience: PG research

    Date: Tuesday 5 March 2024

    Times: 11.00 to 12.30

    Programme: GRADskills

    Key details: This GRADskills workshop will provide participants with a clearer understanding of the recruitment processes used in academia and in other employment sectors.

  1. Microsoft Excel: Creating Charts and Pivot Tables

    Audience: Academic staff, PG research, Professional staff, Research staff, Research supervisors

    Date: Tuesday 5 March 2024

    Times: 14.00 to 16.30

    Key details: Learn how to use chart tools to display data and pivot tables to interrogate data.(Live, town centre classroom)

  1. Academic Development Community Focus Group (in person)

    Audience: PG research, PG taught, UG

    Date: Tuesday 5 March 2024

    Times: 13.00 to 14.00

    Key details: Focus group to contribute to research and evaluation of the Academic Development Community. This is only open to students who have attended an Academic English Language or Study Skills tutorial with AES/CEED in the last semester. Lunch provided.

  1. EndNote: an introduction

    Audience: PG research, PG taught, UG

    Date: Wednesday 6 March 2024

    Times: 11.30 to 13.00

    Key details: Online class via Microsoft Teams. Introductory class for students new to EndNote. EndNote can be used on a PC or Mac to store the references that you have used and insert them into your work in the correct style.

  1. Write your journal article! Opening and concluding your article

    Audience: PG research

    Date: Wednesday 6 March 2024

    Times: 15.00 to 17.00

    Programme: GRADskills

    Programme: Write your journal article! 12 steps to submission

    Key details: This workshop will run online. If you plan on taking a few workshops in the 'Write your journal article!' series, consider signing up for the programme: https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/pdms/programmes.php?Programme_instanceID=92&Mode=Single

  1. Postgraduate Researcher Welcome - Induction and Essentials

    Audience: PG research

    Date: Thursday 7 March 2024

    Times: 14.00 to 16.00

    Programme: GRADskills

    Key details: Online event. For all new PhD, MPhil, MSc(Res), MSt(Res) and DProf students.