We are ready with several interventions to encourage scientific interest, creativity and confident career building, especially amongst the young. These include; Mentoring Seminar, Young Muslim Researchers Colloquia, Science Day, Soulful Careers Fair and Entrepreneurship training.
IMASE announces its 5th Muslim Researcher's Colloquium
Date: Saturday 6th December 2008
Deadline for receipt of abstracts: Friday 29th November
Time: 10.00 pm - 5.00 pm
Venue: Shakespeare House, 165 Kingsbrook Road, Manchester, M16 8NR
Admission Fee: £5 - lunch and refreshments provided
Interested in learning? Thinking about pursuing research? The International Muslim Association of Scientists and Engineers (IMASE) invites experienced and aspiring Muslim researchers of Manchester and surrounding areas to participate in our 5th Researcher's Colloquium.
Whether you are an established academic, a PhD student or simply thinking of pursuing research, this is a chance for you to present your findings or your proposal to other researchers within an Islamic environment. Your subject area may be in any discipline, ranging from Maths, Nursing, Civil Engineering or History, to Archaeology, Tafsir, Social Policy or Economics. If you would like to take part, have any questions about IMASE or on how to pitch your presentation please e-mail us.
Nurturing academic talents and fraternal relations within the community is an important objective for IMASE. If you live in another locality and are interested in organising a similar colloquium please get in touch with us and we will try to assist you.
For more information and registration contact:
Tel: 0780 362 7576
Saturday, 23rd June 2007 10am - 4pm
Are you a Muslim researcher? Thinking about pursuing research?
Following the success of our previous colloquia the International Muslim Association of Scientists and Engineers invites you once again to join us for our Summer 2007 Colloquium this June.
The objective of the research colloquium is to reap the collective benefits of bringing together researchers within a Muslim environment. Muslim Society continues to undervalue study at the higher levels and the communication of research within its fold.
Whether you are an established academic, a PhD student or someone thinking of pursuing research, this is a chance for you to present your findings to other researchers within an Islamic environment. Your subject area could be in ANY discipline; Maths, Biology, History, Art, Tafsir or even Archaeology; we would like to hear from you.
3rd MUSLIM RESEARCHERS COLLOQUIUM
Date: Sunday 3rd December 2006
Time: 11.00 am - 4.00 pm
Venue: Kings College, The Strand, London, WC2R 2LS (exact room tbc)
Are you a researcher, PhD student, professional or an undergraduate thinking about pursuing research? Following the success of previous events, Muslim researchers from all disciplines and backgrounds are invited to take part in a gathering designed to build bridges within the Muslim academic community and beyond. This time we plan to hold sessions for natural and social sciences running in parallel. You will have the opportunity to present your research, share experiences and develop new relationships of learning that could potentially extend to formal research collaborations. If you have any ideas, comments, suggestions or would like to help out, then we want to hear from you. Please contact us ASAP if you would like to present or talk about your research. Even if you do not wish to present, you are welcome to come along and share your views.
* Entrance Fee: £5
* Light refreshments will be available
* Nearest Tube Stations: Temple & Holborn
For further information and bookings contact:
Tel: 07092 032 763
Below is a slightly edited report written by a participant, which can be found on his blog .