The SIG Researcher Education and Careers was born in response to the need for a European forum for researchers studying researcher development in which to share and discuss the specific issues of doctoral education and career development in European countries.
The SIG REaC aims to promote research and theory development in the area of researcher education and careers, both academic and non-academic. By researcher, we mean individuals with up to 10 years’ experience including their doctorate: doctoral students, post-PhD researchers, newly-hired lecturers as well as professionals in universities and beyond. The SIG aspires to encourage, recognize and support innovative
research-based practices that better prepare future researchers for their careers, and thus address priorities in graduate and postgraduate education and training.
prof. Lynn McAlpine, University of Oxford
prof. Kirsi Pyhältö, University of Oulu and Helsinki
prof. Montserrat Castelló Badia, Ramon Llull University
Anna Sala Bubaré, Ramon Llull University