How do You… Collaborate with External Partners?
A workshop on working with non-academic partners
Date and Time: March 22nd 2019, 13.15 – 16.00 (followed by drinks)
Location: Drift 13, Utrecht – Room 003
RMeS is happy to invite you to the 2019 edition of our annual RMA and PhD network event. This year’s event will focus on collaborating with external partners to fund and execute your research. How do you invite partners outside of the university to collaborate on a research idea? How can you secure funding for such collaborations? What are the ethical dilemmas in collaborating with external partners?
For all RMA students and PhD-candidates eager to look beyond university walls for doing your research: this is the event to attend!
The 2019 RMeS network event will have a workshop setup that consists of three parts:
- Why and how to collaborate with external partners? (Prof. Dr. Tamara Witschge, Prof. Dr. Wall, Dr. Amanda Paz Alencar)
- What to keep in mind when setting up or managing external collaborations? (Serena Oosterloo)
- What are the dangers or conflicts of interest that you can come across when collaborating with external partners? (Prof. Dr. Tamara Witschge, Prof. Dr. Wall, Dr. Amanda Paz Alencar)
We will have the following speakers:
- Prof Dr Tamara Witschge is Rosalind Franklin Fellow at the University of Groningen, Faculty of Arts, holds a chair in Media and Cultural Industries. She runs the five-year, NWO-funded research programme “Entrepreneurship at Work” and the NWO-funded action research project “Exploring Journalism’s Limits”. Her research explores the ways in which technological, economic and social change is reconfiguring media and journalism, with a particular focus on cross-disciplinary collaboration, innovation and cultural entrepreneurship.
- Amanda Paz Alencar is Assistant Professor in the Department of Media & Communication at Erasmus University Rotterdam, where she specializes in media and migration and intercultural communication. After completion of her degree she was awarded a Marie Curie Fellowship, a prestigious grant from the European Commission, to conduct her research project entitled ‘TV News for Promoting Interculturalism: A Novel Step towards Immigrant Integration’ at the Department of Media Studies at the University of Amsterdam.
- Professor Melissa Wall (California State University, Northridge) studies citizen/participatory journalism and is the editor of the book, Citizen Journalism: Valuable, Useless or Dangerous. Within this line of inquiry, she created the Pop-Up Newsroom, a temporary, virtual newsroom for citizen and student journalists. Her other research stream focuses on refugees and their information practices, particularly Syrian refugees and their cell phone usage.
- Serena Oosterloo is a Research Assistant at the Utrecht Data School, where she manages external collaborations.
For questions of any kind, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking forward to meeting you there!
The RMeS PhD Council (Tim Groot Kormelink, Sofie Willemsen, Sanne Rotmeijer, Wouter Oomen, Rashid Gabdulhakov)