Doctoral Supervision Symposium: Trust and ‘Doctorateness'

Engineers' House, Bristol

Wednesday 15 February 2017

This symposium enabled experienced and new supervisors to contribute and learn from other colleagues about their experiences and approaches to supervision. We have created an info-graphic that summarises this event.

Programme Timetable
09:00 Arrival and registration
09:25 Symposium opening 

Dr Jane Pritchard, Educational Development Manager, University of Bristol

09:30 Introduction 

Professor Sally Heslop, Academic Director of Graduate Studies, University of Bristol

09:40 Keynote 

Trust Me! Civility, predictability, and visibility in supervision relationships
Dr Kay Guccione, Researcher Mentoring & Coaching Designer, University of Sheffield

10:20 Tea and coffee
10:40 Workshop session 

Getting off to a good start
Led by Dr Kay Guccione


Presentations of Doctoral Supervision (Experience and Research)

Would you like ICE with that? Using the ICE model to develop trust and manage expectations
Dr Duncan Cross (University of Bolton)

Repertoires, Liminality, Decentred Pedagogies and Doctorateness
Dr David Hyatt (University of Sheffield)

Three insights gained – Delivering doctoral supervision training
Dr Sigrid Lipka (University of Derby)

Trust in the Supervisory Relationship
Dr Julie-Anne Regan and Dr Peter Kahn (University of Liverpool)

13:15 Lunch
14:15 Keynote 

Leading into and out of the PhD
Dr Anne Lee Independent Academic Developer

15:00 Tea and coffee
15:15 Workshop session 

Exploring how we can use different theories about identity to support candidates transitioning into and out of the doctorate workshop
Led by Dr Anne Lee

16:15 Closing remarks 

Dr Jane Pritchard, Educational Development Manager


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