Approaches to Good Supervision. Session 3: Train
When: Tue, 06.06.2023 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM
About the Series
Starting as a postdoc, junior group leader or junior professor, it is usually expected to supervise doctoral candidates. Supervision however is one of the tasks that are so “normal” in academia that we quite often neglect to further explain and prepare: “Everybody knows what supervision is so we don’t need to talk about it.” – As a result of this mindset, researchers who start supervising quite often feel abandoned.
The series of short workshops Approaches to Good Supervision addresses different aspects of supervision and provides insights into different aspects and requirements to gain skills (and confidence) to supervise. The approach developed specifically for this topic illuminates the supervision of doctoral researchers from the sociological role theory and describes “supervision” with the three terms: Lead, Train and Facilitate.
Please note: As the four sessions build on each other, we recommend attending all of them and to make use of the opportunity of sharing your experience in the course of the series. However, participants can also choose to attend selected sessions. You have to register separately for each session.
Session 3: Train (6 June, 5-7 pm)
The third workshop focuses on training as part of supervision. Training doctoral candidates means to allow them to develop in a structured manner from Master to Doctoral (=Researcher) Level.
- Selecting and onboarding new doctoral researchers
- Developing a “Researcher Development Plan” together with the supervisee following different stands such as deepening research topics and scientific methods, being familiar with publications, HE-structures, academic networks, good scientific practice and third-party funding
- Providing a structure for the doctoral phase, setting goals and milestones
Further Workshops from the Series:
Session 1: Getting started as a supervisor (4 April, 5-7 pm)
Session 2: Lead (2 May, 5-7 pm)
Session 4: Facilitate (4 July, 5-7 pm)
Target Group: postdocs, junior research group leaders, w1 professors, professors
The workshop is open to all users of the Hamburg Research Academy, participation is free of charge, please register here.