3 November 2021

Last Thursday and Friday, 21 and 22 October 2021, our RIMLS PhD candidates attended this course at the beautiful location Soeterbeeck, an ancient convent. Under supervision of Wim Bierman, 19 PhD candidates participated in the plenary and group meetings. 

Thanks to the enthusiastic support of the supervisors Rene Bindels, Clasien Oomen, Bert van der Reijden, Sander Leeuwenburgh, Nicole van der Kar, Judith Schaart, Lotte Tholen and Wim Bierman, this meeting was very well evaluated by the participants.
                                             
The aims of this course are:

  • To make PhD candidates aware that they are responsible for their PhD track. Therefore, the focus of this program is how PhD candidates can be in the lead of their PhD. They explore what drives their work as a researcher. Moreover, with supervisors, PhD candidates discuss each other's expectations. 
  • As PhD projects have challenges, PhD candidates are asked to reflect upon how they apply to each individual PhD track. Using ‘Strengthsfinder’ the attendees discover their own talents and how to use them to their advantage.
  • Finally, PhD candidates interact and network with peers.

For questions about this course, you can email  rimls.graduateschool@radboudumc.nl

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