Giving feedback and building trust with PhD researchers 20 April
20 April 2021, 1:00 pm–2:00 pm
Hear from guest speaker, Dr Kay Guccione, on her research which focuses on trust-building and breaking in doctoral supervision relationships.
UCL Arena Centre
This event will take place online.Details and registration will be sent to you.******United Kingdom
Tuesday 20 April 13:00 - 14:00
UCL Arena Centre are delivering this session, which is open to all staff who supervise PhD candidates.
Dr Kay Guccione (@kayguccione), is a Senior Lecturer at Glasgow Caledonian University, will share data from her research project, funded by AdvanceHE, which looked at trust-building and breaking in doctoral supervision relationships.
The findings of this project reveal that trust on both sides is built over time, through each student-supervisor encounter, and in response to observable ’trusting’ or ’trustworthy' behaviours. The giving and receiving of feedback was a key site of trust-building (or breaking), and this workshop will support you to critically consider the relationship between trust and feedback within your own supervisory context.
Who should attend
You should attend if you are a new or existing research supervisor.
About the Speaker
Dr Kay Guccione
Senior Lecturer at Glasgow Caledonian University
Dr Kay Guccione (@kayguccione), is a Senior Lecturer at Glasgow Caledonian University, and specialises in supervision, mentoring and community building for academic and researcher development. Her research investigates the doctoral student experience and research supervisory practice and she has published on mentoring, thesis writing, the hidden curriculum of the doctorate, and on graduates’ perceptions of the value of engaging with doctoral study. Kay edits two blogs, the Supervising PhDs blog and the Hidden Curriculum in Doctoral Education Blog and is the founder of the annual Researcher Education and Development Scholarship (@REDSconf) conference.