Crafting Scholarly Impact: Navigating the PhD journey with effective research publication and dissemination strategies
Pursuing a PhD study is one of most lonely and unpredictable journeys most students embark on. This journey could be bumpy, and how prepared are students to handle such challenges? Completing a PhD study on time is undoubtedly one of the most fulfilling pursuits for many doctoral students but most students struggle to finish their PhD on time. However, finishing your PhD study on time is not as daunting as it may sounds.
Dr Alex Opoku is currently an Associate Professor in Construction & Project Management with many years of experience working in the Higher Education sector in UK and abroad. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA), Chartered Quantity Surveyor (MRICS) and Chartered Construction Manager (MCIOB) having worked in the UK construction industry. He is an established academic with international credentials and honorary Associate Professor at the UCL Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction. He holds a PhD in Construction & Project Management from the University of Salford-Manchester, and pursued postdoctoral research at the department of Engineering, University of Cambridge. His research interest is in the area of Sustainable Built Environment focusing on the link between the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Built Environment.
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This event is open to PGRs/ECRs/ new supervisors. Any other interested students and staff.
Organised by Dr Amal Abuzeinab, Institute Head of Research Students (IHRS) email@example.com