Following last week’s on-site coverage of our second network conference (find the introduction, Day 1 and Day 2 reports here) we would like to wrap up our conference reporting by linking you to a great, insightful (and, compared to our reports, bias-free :)) commentary on the conference written by one of the delegates, Marc Hudson (many… Continue reading 2nd PhDs in Transitions Conference: A delegate’s thoughts
Read the conference introduction and our 1st day report. The second day of our PhDs in Transitions conference started very much in the same way the first day passed: motivating, constructive and inspiring. Despite a rather early start at 8:30, the delegates weren’t lacking energy, kicking the day off with the third round of parallel… Continue reading 2nd PhDs in Transitions Conference: Day 2
Following yesterday’s introduction to the 2nd PhDs in transitions conference we would like to provide you with a short summary of what we did on Day 1 of the conference. In one word: it was amazing. Meeting in the morning hours in the Odysee building at the modern and spacious EPFL campus, we started off the… Continue reading 2nd PhDs in Transitions conference: Day 1
A short report and personal reflection on the 7th IST Conference in Wuppertal, Germany by our colleague Susan Mühlemeier.
Both a conference report and a reflection piece, this guest contibution by Dr Phil Johnstone (SPRU, University of Sussex) reveals insights into the 2016 Royal Geographical Society Conference, especially focusing on contributions by SPRU researchers.
We would also like to use the opportunity to invite all colleagues interested in meeting us and/or learning about the network to look out for us at the SPRU 50th Anniversary Conference in Brighton, UK and at the 7th IST Conference in Wuppertal, Germany.
Our colleague Gijs Diercks (Imperial College) shares his (very fresh) impressions from the 2017 4S/EASST conference.
After a brief summer break, we would like to report on our first fully self-organized event: the 1st PhDs in Transitions Conference which took place on April 28th and 29th at the University of Greenwich in London, UK. Three of the conference participants share their reflection and thoughts in the following post…