Conference: From Early Careers to Established Profiles: Strategies for Success
RSA Early Career Conference, Sheffield UK October 2015: From Early Careers to Established Profiles: Strategies for Success
The Regional Studies Association is seeking Early Careers to attend the RSA EC conference in Sheffield in October 2015 and still welcomes submissions of abstracts. Abstract Submission Deadline: Sunday 27th September 2015
This conference will give early career researchers the opportunity to network, collaborate and socialise with others working in regional studies and related fields and bring together participants to present and debate their work in a welcoming and stimulating environment. Participants will receive invaluable feedback, new ideas and will learn how to strategically develop and enhance their profiles for career progression. One session will focus on academic change and the job market. Editors of the RSA journals Regional Studies, Territory Politics Governance, Spatial Economic Analysis and Regional Studies, Regional Science will be present.
Date and location
- 29th October, 2015 1:00pm – 30th October, 2015 4:00pm
- ICOSS, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK
We welcome all submissions with a regional focus and especially those in the following areas:
- Urban and regional policy
- New challenges in urban planning
- New economic geography
- Big data and regions
- Climate change and sustainability
- Politics and territory
- Mega-regions and City regions
- Regional mapping and visualisation
- Clusters and smart specialisation
- Labour markets and migration
- Social and community cohesion
- Innovation and knowledge
The conference will begin and end with plenary lectures. In between, parallel workshop tracks will be held, all within the ICOSS building, University of Sheffield’s city centre campus. Papers will be grouped thematically after submission. We will also hold a special ‘how to get published’ session with journal editors and devote one session to more innovative presentation formats.
The conference is open to RSA members and non-members. Fees for members and non-members are shown in the table below. RSA members benefit from a lower registration fee. Non-members might wish to join the RSA to also benefit from the reduced conference fee and our membership benefits (e.g. publications, funding, networking opportunities, awards, open networks and collaborations, an expert register, reduced members’ rates for RSA events, conferences and discounted publications). To find out more about membership please click here.
|RSA Early Career Member (Early career is defined as 5 years post PhD)||RSA Student Member (Full time Student)||RSA Individual Member||Non-member Early Career (Early career is defined as 5 years post PhD)||Non-member Student (Full time Student)||Non-member|
Information about the Venue
The conference venue is 300m from the nearest tram stop, which connects directly to Sheffield train station (accessible directly from most major UK cities). For international visitors, there is a direct train from Manchester Airport to Sheffield. There are many bars, restaurants and hotels within walking distance of the venue.
Academic Organisers: Alasdair Rae, University of Sheffield, UK: email@example.com
RSA Organiser, Lesa Reynolds: lesa.reynolds@