UCL Urban Laboratory


Research Culture at UCL: Bartlett and UCL Urban Laboratory focus group

11 January 2019

'Research culture' is a term used in various contexts across UCL and the UK higher education sector, including student surveys which are used to measure the quality of universities. However, no common definition of the term exists

Research culture at UCL

The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment and UCL Urban Laboratory are seeking urban studies-related PhD students (from any UCL Faculty) to participate in a focus group on research culture at UCL from 10.15-12.00 on Thursday 7th February 2019, in Room 639 Breakdown 1, IOE (20 Bedford Way).

Findings from this focus group will enable us to explore student understandings of 'research culture', generate a staff and student-informed definition of 'research culture', and identify strategies for improving 'research culture' at UCL. All material gathered in the focus groups will remain completely anonymous.

Please register for the workshop on Eventbrite. Refreshments will be served, and you will receive a £20 voucher to thank you for participating.

If you have any queries or access requirements, please contact rebecca.payne@ucl.ac.uk or jordan.rowe@ucl.ac.uk.