Brown Bag

Dr Nilam Ashra-McGrath shares some  writing techniques you could use to write your thesis from her own PhD experience
Dr Lucie Middlemiss (SRI, Earth & Environment) will be taking us through some examples of her own work using qualitative data, followed by a chance for q&a and discussion.
Are you a Leeds University PhD student and planning fieldwork in a developing country? We’re holding a lunchtime drop-in session on Monday 6th March 12-2 Baines Wing SR 2.14, with 3rd year PhDs with extensive fieldwork experience to answer any questions, queries, concerns you might have Anything including ethics forms, risk assessments, budgets, working with…
Planning to work with research assistants? RiDNet Brown Bag Lunch series brings you Working with Research Assistants in the Field. Monday 14th March at 12.30pm Geography East SR (B.01) Hear first-hand experiences from the field.. including from Madagascar, Malawi, Cameroon, and Kenya Don’t forget to bring your lunch! Aimed at PhD students, but all welcome
Location: Baines Wing SR (1.16) The Researchers in Development Network (RiDNet) invites PhD students and early career researchers across the disciplines to attend a Brown Bag Lunch Series designed to explore different methods of doing research in developing countries and to discuss ongoing research projects.
Location: Baines Wing, G.42 This session discussed different approaches available for coding qualitative data, (in particular interviews and fieldnotes) and techniques to define categories that run across a data set.
Location: Baines Wing Room G.42 The Researchers in Development PhD Network (RiDNet) invites PhD students and early career researchers across the disciplines to attend a Brown Bag Lunch Series designed to explore different methods of doing research in developing countries and to discuss ongoing research projects.
The Researchers in Development Network (RiDNet) invites PhD students and early career researchers across the disciplines to attend a Brown Bag Lunch Series designed to explore different methods of doing research in developing countries and to discuss ongoing research projects.
The Researchers in Development Network (RiDNet) invites PhD students and early career researchers across the disciplines to attend a Brown Bag Lunch Series designed to explore different methods of doing research in developing countries and to discuss ongoing research projects.