Early Career Researchers' Networks

The Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences Early Career Researchers' Network has been created to help University of Liverpool arts, humanities, and social sciences ECRs hone their research and wider academic skills and learn from their more experienced peers across the institution.

The Network is open to PGRs (from first year onwards) to mature ECRs, to allow as wide a group as possible to come together and benefit from the insights and knowledge of their contemporaries and wider colleague community.

The ECR Network’s online resources include presentations and videos from past events, information on Fellowship opportunities, how to find funding sources for your research and tips on progressing your career within the University. 

Visit the HSS Early Career Researchers' Network page.

The Faculty of Health and Life Sciences offers a range of peer support networks to help researchers feel more knowledgeable, confident, happy and less isolated. These can take many forms such as informal get-togethers, regular committee meetings, online discussion forums, structured training, information sharing platforms or whatever works best for those involved.

Please visit the Networks and Communities of Practice page for a list of active networks, societies, peer support groups and communities of practice from across the Faculty and University listed in A-Z order.

Visit the HLS Early Career Researchers' Network page.