Cees-Jan de Hoog
'Good Research: Sharing Experience' is an informal monthly meet up to discuss the ethics and concerns that arise in our research and wider academic experience. It provides a forum for bringing together staff, postdocs and doctoral students in GeoSciences (and beyond) to share experiences, propose solutions and thus do good research.
Topics will be introduced by a speaker and followed by open discussion. Free tea, coffee and cake is provided!
“We academics should collectively talk to each other more about how we actually spend our time…rather than presenting ourselves as the overachieving writing robots whom most systems of assessment seem designed to reward…Such exchanges are a way of pooling our resources, of collectively identifying the conditions conducive to doing good work” Berg & Seeber (2017) The Slow Professor. Challenging the Culture of Speed in the Academy.
Please do consider coming along and sharing your experiences. If you would like to propose a topic for future sessions please do get in touch with Sam Staddon firstname.lastname@example.org
GEOVANDALISM - WHAT (NOT) TO DO WHEN OUT IN THE FIELD with Cees-Jan de Hoog
27th March 2019 @ Cockburn Museum, Grant Institute – 1-2pm
We are also pleased to let you know that short summaries of the discussions at previous Good Research sessions are available through the Ethics and Integrity webpages:
All the best,
On behalf of the GeoSciences Ethics & Integrity Committee
Dr Sam Staddon
ESRC Global Challenges Research Fund Fellow
Lecturer in Environment & Development
School of GeoSciences, University of Edinburgh
G22e, Drummond Library, Drummond Street, EH8 9XP. +44 (0)131 6502269
Some of my papers:
Staddon, Nightingale & Shrestha (2015) Exploring participation in ecological monitoring in Nepal's community forests
Staddon, Nightingale & Shrestha (2014) The social nature of participatory ecological monitoring
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