Working with students

As a REC one of the most common areas of responsibility is to work with research students to enhance their experience of their studies. This often entails working with supervisors to ensure all the needs of the students are met.

Including and engaging students

One way of meeting the needs of research education students is to build collegial support for students who feel isolated, which can occur for many reasons. You can use the scenario offered here to consider how you might address this problem. You can then look at some suggestions, made by colleagues at a series of workshops, here. You can leave any additional ideas for how you would address this scenario in the comment box on the scenario page for others to see.

Building a research culture for students and research staff

Another way to address the needs of research students is to provide them with a good research culture appropriate for their discipline. You can use the scenario here to consider how you might address this problem. You can then look at some suggestions, made by colleagues at a series of workshops, here. You can leave any additional ideas for how you would address this scenario in the comment box on the scenario page for others to see.

 

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