Events

Explore Your Writing

Tuesday, 27th July 2021

10am BST

"Explore Your Writing"

Led by Dr Stephanie Zihms, this workshop will go over writing for publications and explore writing BASE.

Explore your writing
How, where and when do you like to write? Or is procrastination pulling you away from the keyboard? Explore your writing here!

Writing is a big part of academic life. What part does writing play in your life? Is it as important as you’d like it to be? Are you looking for strategies to help you enhance your writing? Led by Dr Stephanie Zihms, this session will explore our writing BASE: behavioural, artisanal, social and emotional habits and discuss different techniques and resources to help you develop a solid writing BASE.

About Dr Stephanie Zhims
Dr Stephanie Zihms is a Lecturer in Researcher Development at the University of the West of Scotland (UWS) and joined their UWS Academy in November 2018.

From February to May 2021 she was also interim Team leader of the UWS Academy, before moving to Research Services in June 2021. This move allows her to focus on developing more researcher development activities linked to the Concordat to Support the Career Development of researchers, PGR Supervisor development and mid-career academics at UWS. In her role at UWS, she supports researchers in their development by providing training and opportunities to develop new skills. Her research interests are academic writing support and its role in community building, and the role of public engagement (science communication) in research-engaged teaching.

Bridging the Research Article with the Science, Done using Narrative

Wednesday, 28th July 2021

10am BST

Bridging the Research Article with the Science, Done using Narrative

Dr Gonzalez-Marquez’s sessions are centred around developing evidence-based pedagogy to read scientific journal articles.

About this event
This workshop is part of the International Workshop Event organized by FemaleINSPIRES

About Monica Gonzalez-Marquez
Monica Gonzalez-Marquez works in Metascience. Her projects include developing evidence-based pedagogy to read scientific journal articles, pedagogy to teach research methods in collaborative workshop settings, and most recently collaborative theory-building for Open Science as The Heliocentric Model of (Open) Science. Her background is in Cognitive Science with a focus on Cognitive Linguistics, Psycholinguistics and Philosophy of Science. She is ABD at Cornell University in Psychology.

Past Events

WORKSHOP Online Zoom Event

Thursday, 15th July 2021

10-12am BST

WORKSHOP Online Zoom Event

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Attend an online workshop of FemaleINSPIRES organised by the University of the West of Scotland and Coventry University