A round-up of the DCU Business School Doctoral Colloquium 2015
Our annual Doctoral Colloquium took place in last month with over 30 of our PhD students attending this exciting event.
The event kicked off with an excellent and engaging key note presentation by Prof. Peter McNamara (Maynooth University) on ‘PhDs, Careers and the International Business School Landscape‘.
The morning part of the doctoral colloquium further included presentations by PhD students on their research, facilitated by Prof. Charles Wood, Dr. Malcolm Brady and Dr. Janine Bosak and the ‘dilemma game‘ from Erasmus University of Rotterdam, which exposed our PhD students and staff members to research integrity dilemmas and possible solutions.
After a networking lunch, Prof. Theo Lynn gave an interactive and superb seminar on ‘Improving your Research Visibility‘, in which PhD students received very helpful practical tips and engaged in fun exercises.
It was great to see how at the end of the day students testified to the success of the day either in person, via a personalized email and/or in the evaluation forms.
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