Catalogue de formations transversales pour les chercheurs

40 Catalogue des formations transversales 2023-2024 Acquired skills At the end of this intervention, the participants will have been able to draw up a concrete assessment of their current motivational situation and will have tools to (re)boost their motivation. ZEN-THESIS : I REMAIN MOTIVATED Description The training will be punctuated by alternating moments offering reading grids, reflective moments and participatory sequences: o The proposed reading grids will be related to (de)motivation by making the link with the research context. o The reflective moments will take place individually, to allow an in-depth selfreflection of one's personal situation. o The participatory sequences will include the (free) sharing of individual observations and the elaboration of solutions, in group. Objectives Is the doctorate an "adventure as extraordinary as it is excruciating" (Belleville, 2014, p.2)? In any case, it brings intense emotions and can be punctuated by periods of doubt: "Where am I in my thesis?", "What are the real sources of my motivation?", "How to (re)boost my doctoral motivation?"? The objectives of this workshop are to take stock of these questions, to reconnect with one's deepest motivations and to (re)find pleasure and meaning on the path to the doctorate. Speaker Thérèse DUPONT Administration Research, Innovation, Support and Entreprises (RISE) – ULiège Target audience o Target group : R1, PhD students all scientific fields o Prerequisite : English Language – B2 Practical information o Reference : UDOC0115-1 o Duration : 2h30 o Dates : 2e semester o Training location : XX Août o Language : English o Maximum number of participants : 20