Early Career Researchers’ Network: Resources


Future events


Past events

Our events are open to everyone starting their career in research. So far, they have covered topics including impact, public engagement and mental health.

Events are publicised through our Early Career Researchers’ Network – find out more and sign up to our newsletter here.

Public Engagement Masterclass (2 March 2021)

Professor Jenny Kitzinger (Cardiff University), Professor Nathan Abrams (Bangor University), Professor Lynne Boddy (Cardiff University)

Impact in Principle and in Practice (9 November 2020)

Dr Louise Bright (University of South Wales), Professor Kirsti Bohata (Swansea University), Professor Michael Woods (Aberystwyth University), Professor Isabelle Durance (Cardiff University), Professor Kevin Morgan (Cardiff University)


Network News

  • Early Careers Network Seminar: Applying for Grants… and Top Mistakes
    11.00am – 1.00pm, Monday 28th June The session will cover applying for grants at every career stage and include, the different types of grants and funders, what you can apply for as a PhD student, and what you might aim for as your career progresses. This will also include travel and networking grants, fellowships, project […]
  • Invitation to tender – Early Career Researchers’ Network
    We are seeking a freelance contractor to scope the future growth and activities of our Early Career Researchers’ Network. The contractor will provide the Society with a report on the network’s current status and make short-, medium- and long-term recommendations for its development. The deadline for submission of expressions of interest is 17.00 on 10 June […]
  • Are you starting a career in research? Join our new national support network
    Later this year, the Learned Society of Wales will launch a new national support network for early career researchers. We’re giving you the opportunity to sign up now to receive our emails, so that you will know when we organise our first online meetings. The network is aimed at anyone who is starting a career […]