With the nation’s mental health crisis taking front-and-centre in 2015, make 2016’s New Year Resolutions all about taking care of yourself. Take inspiration from these 5 steps to wellbeing, instead of the usual self-berating goals we usually set ourselves.
Put the fun back into writing by taking the edge off with the 750-words intiative – a great way to complement being more mindful, to warm up for a long day of serious academic writing, or just as a cobweb-clearing process to enter 2016.
Catch up with the #BristolFaces campaign and read about the students, URI directors, academics and professional services staff and other figures in the university who shape our vibrant community for what it is.
International, British, or Southwestern local, learn more about Bristol by booking onto a free walking tour, or visiting the M-Shed – great ways to see the city without spending any money!
Planning on research travel in 2016? Check out our essential guide for info on funding, collaboration opporunities, and researcher blogs from across the world.
Make 2016 your most productive year yet with Academic Staff Development’s Seven Suggestions guide for Managing Your Time.
Reflect on the skills training you completed in 2015 and update your STaR records in time for 2016.
Revamp your CV with Vitae resources. Simply register your Bristol University email address and you can access content such as CV examples, advice on job applications, funding sources, raising your profile, and academic cover letters – to help you stand out for the right reasons, not the wrong ones.
Most major research funders require some form of documentation at the application stage to explain how research data will be managed. Take the Bootcamp interactive tutorial to learn the fundamentals of research data management.