Advancing sustainable research careers for graduate students through training in mental wellbeing, open science, and communication skills
In the competitive labor market, today’s early career researchers need to be capable communicators, experts in research tools, and manage stress in order to have a long, successful career.
Importantly, researchers also need to be able to engage broader audiences, being confident, capable communicators.
To advance the needs of the research community, the Erasmus+ funded OEduverse Project equips European graduate students with interdisciplinary and transferable skills that are beyond their specialisation yet expected by their future employers.
The project will focus on three modules: Mental Wellbeing, Open Science, and Communicating and Immersive Storytelling.
The OEduverse project involves SicLink, Trinity College Dublin Student Counseling Services, Siegen University, SPACE, The Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB), the Marie Curie Alumni Association, and Eurodoc.
SciLink supports the Oeduverse project by developing the intellectual framework, delivers transversal skills training, and coordinates project logistics. SciLink also supports the development of content for all three modules.
Visit the project website to sign up for updates and be informed of upcoming training opportunities.
Provide early academics and researchers with flexible pathways for their professional development with coaching and courses taught by experienced and active researchers across Europe.