This Online Event is organized by the Researcher Education and Careers Special Interest Group as Part of European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI). The theme of the seminar is the Impact of the of the Pandemic on Researcher Experience.
The Erasmus+ Researcher Identity Development project is inviting to its invitation to the last dissemination event: Negotiating the uncertainty of researcher careers. The event is composed of a series of short sessions on different areas of researcher development and careers and will take place on Dec 10th and 11th.
Just over 15 years ago, the publication of the Salzburg Principles triggered a reform movement in doctoral education in almost all European universities. In this webinar, jointly organized with UNIMED, we want to address two dimensions in concrete terms: firstly, the professionalisation of structures such as the so-called doctoral schools, secondly, professionalisation of people, managers, supervisors and professionals.
When I started to work at the Center for Doctoral Studies in 2010, I was new in the field of doctoral education. Thus, to get a broader understanding of the developments in doctoral education at the University of Vienna, my senior colleagues recommended me to read the 10 Salzburg Principles from 2005, which mark the beginning of new developments in doctoral education in many European countries.