Local programmes and additional resources
Celebrating PAW where you are and with more online resources
These events are organised by specific institutions but with some places available to all!
This event is organised by the University of Liverpool with limited places available for postdocs from other Universities.
It is sponsored by the Wellcome Trust and UKRI MRC.
The Positive Approach (TM), wellbeing session
Monday 21 September 2020 | 10 am | online
Wellbeing session facilitated by Tallant Jones, a Liverpool based firm of business coaches and consultants specialising in employee engagement & personal performance in the workplace. The Positive Approach™ takes its lead from Positive Psychology, and shows people how to lead happier and more fulfilling lives. In this fast paced and motivating introductory workshop, postdocs will learn about Positive Approach™, and how this can help them to lead more contented, fulfilling and satisfying lives. Adapting or changing current habits can be tough - this workshop will show how brains can be trained and developed to help make new choices and new habits that will enable individuals to live a more fruitful and rewarding life.
Giant virtual coffee
Friday 25 September 2020 | 2:45 pm | online
The University of Liverpool's Research Staff Association and The Academy would like to invite you to join a coffee / tea / refreshment of your choice zoom meeting to end PAW 2020.
It will be a nice informal way to chat with other postdocs from both your own University and others within the UK. We hope you can join us.
University of Aberdeen (will share profiles of postdocs and host virtual coffee-catchups; follow @nvisionabdn or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for info)
Your institution is not here?
Not all Universities would have developed an additional programme for Postdoc Appreciation Week.
If yours does but is not listed here, please send us the link to the relevant web page and we'll add it to the list (only for UK/ROI institutions).
Additional online resources
We've compiled below some well-being resources you may find interesting. These are not specific of PAW.