9 September 2021

Mark your agendas: the next RIHS PhD retreat will take place on 25 and 26 November 2021! The PhD retreat is the perfect opportunity to present and discuss your research plans and study results. Besides the exchange of (scientific) content via oral presentations, keynote lectures and workshops, there will be plenty of opportunities to connect and interact with colleagues and keynote speakers. This year's theme is Mastering your career: life after your dissertation and how to take control

The PhD retreat offers multiple possibilities to obtain registered hours to put in your portfolio. You can submit an abstract (max. 250 words), which you can either present in an oral presentation or 4-minute short talk. You can also participate by chairing a session and/or joining the abstract committee.

Read the full program on the website.


How to register?

Registration for the RIHS PhD retreat consists of two steps. Both steps must be completed before 10 October 2021 to attend the RIHS PhD retreat.

Sign up and confirm payment here. Costs will be charged to your department, and cancellation without costs must be made before 15 November 2021. After this date, full costs will be charged to your department. You will receive a confirmation of your registration via e-mail.

Submit your preferences here on chairing a session, participating in the abstract committee, and desire to submit an abstract of your own.

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