This event is primarily aimed at connecting new researchers in the field of conflict and security to potential supervisors and established researchers who may be able to provide insight on their topics.
Through a process of speed-networking, graduate students will have an opportunity to explain their topics to several different faculty members and advanced graduate students for quick feedback.
The formal speed-networking portion of the event will conclude with a period of open networking where students can connect with those they weren’t able to speak to, or wish to follow up with.
Graduate students developing research proposals should prepare a two-minute elevator pitch describing their proposed research topic.
PhD students who have passed the proposal stage and faculty members should prepare either:
a) A two-minute elevator pitch describing their existing research agenda or project;
b) A two-minute elevator pitch describing a potential new project.
Please register, but last-minute attendees are also welcome.