- 20 Jan 2017
Tomorrow the Graduate School will host a one-day postgraduate research conference in the CACSSS Research Room (G27) and the Mary Ryan Meeting Room (G27b All staff and research students are welcome to attend. There is no charge for attendance at this conference
Following a very successful first workshop, which ran over by an hour, such was the enthusiasm of the participants, Professor Roy Fox, Visiting Fulbright Scholar will lead a second workshop this Wednesday. All PhD, PhD Track, MPhil, MRes and staff welcome.
The O’Connor Scholarship is worth €10,000 and is open to anyone who meets the following conditions:
Congratulations to Kathleen Ryan, PhD student in the School of Applied Psychology and winner of this year's UCC Postgraduate Research Showcase.
Calling all PhD students!
Join us at Midsummer to explore an interdisciplinary approach to how the expressive, experiential terrain of the body meets, interrogates and re-calibrates our understanding of on-going questions of agency, action, and subjectivity in order to attend to the various ways in which bodies tell their own stories at the intersections of arts, activism and scholarship.
This intensive 3-day summer school (June 19th-21st) will be of interest to PhD students from a range of disciplines and is worth 10 credits.
Congratulations to Oliver O'Hanlon, PhD student in French and History at UCC, who recently published an "Irishman's Diary" article in the Irish Times newspaper.
Neoliberal Cultures: The Space for Critique and Resistance
All are welcome to this event on Friday April 15th 2016 from 10am – 5pm in the O’Rahilly Building G27.
Registration by email to email@example.com
For full programme details click on the link below.
Come along to the UCC Postgraduate Fair on Tuesday January 12th from 11am to 3pm.
This is the perfect chance to chat with lecturers and current students about your postgrad options.
There are also information sessions on taught and research courses, student experience and how to apply.
Register now to receive a reminder before the event.
Closing date: 30th November 2015
School: School of English
College: College of Arts, Celtic Studies, and Social Sciences
Research Area: Post-1900/Contemporary American Literature
Applications are invited for a fixed-term studentship from suitably qualified candidates who wish to undertake PhD research in the School of English, in the subject area of post-1900/ contemporary American literature, starting in January 2016.
A PhD studentship of €5,770 per annum will be offered, covering PhD EU fees*, funded for 3 years, subject to the holder’s satisfactory progress as reviewed yearly by the School Graduate Studies Committee.
The successful applicant will be assigned occasional research administrative duties on behalf of his/her supervisor, as part of his/her appointment.
Are you a postgraduate research student in CACSSS looking for an opportunity to gain experience in presenting your work?
Abstracts are invited from research postgraduate students for the Graduate School’s annual conference, which will take place on Friday 4th December 2015.
PERFORMANCE & POLITICS & PROTEST
One-day symposium at UCC (ORB 123) Friday 4th Sept. from 9am.
Aigne is currently looking for submissions under the theme “constructed realities”. Contributions can address a wide range of topics, e.g. fiction vs reality, psychological perception of reality, interpretation of historical and literary sources, the structure of language and communication, realism in art and literature, constructing virtual space in the digital age, and many more.
Are you a postgraduate student of the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Science?
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Patricia O Connor will take part in a five-day programme on 'Researching Medieval Culture in a Digital Environment' in Prague.
Call for applications
The Strategic Research Fund (SRF) has been established to support and develop research at UCC. Under the activities of the SRF, the Vice President for Research and Innovation is delighted to announce that applications are now are invited from all disciplines to the SRF PhD Scholars Programme.
We are delighted to offer three Taught Masters scholarships to students from Brazil, China and India for the academic year 2015/2016.
UCC's College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences is pleased to announce a one-day symposium on 5th May 2015 on the topic of Teaching, Creativity and Technology.
The Graduate School is pleased to announce the launch of the 2015 Excellence Scholarships for PhDs and Taught Masters programmes.
The closing dates for applications are 27th April (Masters) and 18th May (PhDs).
Take this module for credit or just "sit in"
PG 7002: Professional Training of Research Postgraduates in the Humanities (5 credits)
Closing Date 15th March for EIL Travel Awards! These awards allow people the opportunity to apply for a fully funded cultural adventure and volunteering opportunity to locations such as China, Japan, Ecuador, Mexico, Thailand, Vermont (USA) among others.
The IGNITE Graduate Business Innovation Programme is now accepting Expressions of Interest from anyone considering an application to IGNITE 2016 that will start Autumn 2015. IGNITE helps graduates to turn innovative ideas into successful technology based businesses. Based at UCC, the programme is open to recent graduates of any third level institution in any discipline.
Aigne, the online postgraduate journal of the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Science is inviting postgraduate students to submit articles for the next issue of Aigne. Articles should be 3000-5000 words using Harvard referencing. Please send articles to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 January 2018. For more details about the journal see https://www.ucc.ie/en/aigne/. Presenters from CACSSS PhD Conference 2016 are also welcome to submit papers-turned-articles articles.