Dear readers! Eurodoc is pleased to present you our latest issue of the Newsletter, which was prepared by the Doctoral Training Working Group. This issues is aimed, especially, at the doctoral training and career development of ECRs. In this issue:
- The evolution of doctoral education
- Doctoral training in Finland
- Doctoral training in the project SAF21
- Doctoral training and career opportunities in Italy
- Perspective of doctoral education in the Czech Republic
- The Baltic university programme: an international course of PhD candidates
- PhD Summer school for transferable skills development
- Doctoral workshop 2016 in Hungary
- Workshop ‘What future for a PhD holder?’
- EURAXESS: Researcher career skills for career development
- Vitae: Develop yourself as well as your research
- Postdoctoral researchers’ in Europe: Main challenges to employment
- ERASMUS+ Project SuperProfDoc
Download Eurodoc Newsletter, Issue #21, Mar 2017 (*.pdf, ~3,7 Mb)
Invitation to Eurodoc Conference 2017: Open Science – Challenges and Opportunities for Early Career Researchers
Dear Eurodoc delegates, observers, doctoral candidates and junior researchers around Europe,
The European Council of Doctoral Candidates and Junior Researchers (Eurodoc) and The Association of Doctoral Organisations in Norway (SiN) have the pleasure to invite you to the 17th Eurodoc Conference, which will take place on 26-27 April 2017 at the University of Oslo, Norway.
The conference will be guided by the theme “Open Science – Challenges and Opportunities for Early Career Researchers”, and aims at bringing together a blend of Open Science visionaries, international experts, and stakeholders.
Our speakers will provide a close look at the problems of today’s scientific communication, and explore how Open Science offers ways to overcome issues of inequality, research integrity and result reproducibility. Careful attention will be given to the relevance of Open Science for day-to-day working conditions of Early Career Researchers, and which concrete steps can be taken by decision-makers and individual researchers to promote Open Science. The presented measures will have immediate implications for individual researchers and will help contribute solving global challenges.
Looking forward to meeting you in Oslo,
Ewelina Pabjańczyk, President of Eurodoc
Vegard Stenhjem Hagen, President of SiN
A large number of major European organisations in the area of science, research, innovation and higher education have written an Open Letter to European Prime Ministers, ministers responsible for those same areas, as well as the President of the European Council and of the European Commission, and Commissioner Carlos Moedas for Research and Innovation to express their concern about recent developments in the US.
European governments and the leaders in the EU are called upon to uphold previous good practices and to work with their counterparts in the US administration to maintain a global science system based on the principles of equality, appreciation of diversity and open communication.
Eurodoc strongly supports this statement.
The Second International Day of Women and Girls in Science will take place on February 11th. Eurodoc fully supports this initiative. Eurodoc is committed to promote and advance fair and equal chances of women and men to follow a career in science, be it as doctoral candidate, recognised researchers or at any other career level. Maybe there is an event celebrating the International Day close to your home!
Deadline extension! Are you a doctoral candidate in a ‘modern’ doctorate (professional, industrial, EdD, EngD, etc.)? Are you a supervisor or an advisor in any of these doctorates? If so you could help to gather more precise data about the experience and the practice of both candidates and supervisors.
Please help us and complete the short survey according to your role till 31st of January.