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Our close friends and colleagues, Rajesh Tandon and Budd Hall oversee the Knowledge for Change Mentor Training Programme (MTP) in Community-based research.  This programme offers learning opportunities for university and community knowledge workers to take a 21-week course in teaching Community Based Research, and has been operating for five years.

CR&DALL core member, Geng Wang is part of the team organising an Early Career Researcher online event on academic dissemination (in the area of vocational education and training) on behalf of the Journal of Vocational Education and Training (JVET)’s Early Career Researcher Group on Thursday, 12 October 2023, 09:00 – 11:00 (UCT); 11:00 – 13:00 (CET)

No one knows how many residents, if any, along the Northeast U.S. coast are struggling this week to decide if last weekend’s unexpected deluge of rain was their “final straw.” 

Tens of thousands of low- and moderate-income residents of the New Jersey coastline, New York City’s waterlogged boroughs, and/or Long Island are once again cleaning up flooded basements and first-floor units, coping with flooded cars that they parked along crowded streets, and filing for unemployment if their places of work were inundated. 

We are delighted to share with you the news that Dr Dely Lazarte Elliot – a core CR&DALL member from the University of Glasgow has recently joined a team of Coordinators for the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) SIG 24 – Researcher Education and Careers (

Subscribers may be interested to know that there is a newly-published Routledge book entitled ‘Navigating Your International Doctoral Experience (and Beyond)’ written by Dr Dely Lazarte Elliot – a core CR&DALL member. This book aims to help prospective and current international scholars who pursue their doctoral education in countries other than their country of origin to manage cross-cultural transition effectively with a view to making the most of their doctoral journeys.