At the UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE) we are committed to supporting and nurturing the future generation of housing scholars. We understand the challenges of starting out in academia, but also the opportunities that come from the supportive networks available.
For this reason, CaCHE has established a dedicated network for PhD students and early career researchers. We work alongside other organisations, such as the Housing Studies Association and the White Rose Doctoral Training Partnership, to ensure as many different opportunities are widely available to everyone.
PhD Summer School
The next PhD Summer School will take place at the University of Sheffield on 18 – 19 June 2019. This will be an opportunity to hear about some of the latest housing research and policy developments, spend time talking about your work with peers, help to develop skills to have greater impact through your research and to start thinking about careers beyond your PhD.
To view the full programme or to apply to attend, visit the online booking page.
Learn more about the 2018 PhD Summer School, which included a top line up of speakers from across the housing sector, in this short introductory video:
More details about what was covered during the 2018 PhD Summer School is included in this follow-up blog by early career researcher, Danielle Bulter, who attended the two-day event.
More information to follow
For more information on how to get involved in the ECR Network please contact Dr Gareth Young.