On Tuesday, Research & Innovation Services hosted their first Major Funding Initiatives Workshop with the aim to support our research community and researchers prepare for key calls and to stimulate the discussion of new ideas. For the workshop, teams of researchers from… Continue Reading →
By Lynne Barrett, Stirling Graduate School Following on from the excellent post by Katharine Reibig, some further reflections on the Vitae Researcher Development International Conference; this time from a Stirling Graduate School perspective. Of particular interest to myself and Steph… Continue Reading →
By Katharine Reibig, Researcher Development Policy Officer On September 12 & 13 2016 myself, Stephanie Colvan and Lynne Barrett attended the International Vitae Researcher Development conference in Manchester. This event brings together people involved in the development of all researchers – from postgrads… Continue Reading →
by Daniela Bolle, European Funding Manager The ScotlandEUROPA members meeting in Inverness on 8 September was the first one after the Brexit referendum. Members received an update on membership services and looked at the changing post-referendum landscape together with experts… Continue Reading →
By Dr Susan Alexander, Research Development Manager On Tuesday 30th August 2016 the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) held its inaugural consortium meeting for industry members. SAIC is one of seven innovation centres funded by the Scottish Funding Council to… Continue Reading →
By Lauren Wilson, Research Systems Manager On Wednesday 7th September 2016 I attended an RCUK regional workshop, hosted here at the University of Stirling, about the new grants service which is being designed to provide new technology to support the grants… Continue Reading →
By Sian Ringrose – Research Policy Officer Public Engagement is becoming an increasing part of an academic’s career. The recent Stern Review of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) emphasises the need for impact case studies to include impact in public engagement… Continue Reading →
By Fiona Millar On 15th June, I was invited to the Funder visit of The Royal Society hosted by the University of Edinburgh (Special thanks to Gordon Marshall for organising).
Team #StirARMA2016 travelled to Birmingham for the annual conference of the Association of Research Administrators and Managers armed with their posters, business cards and eagerly awaiting the results of the ARMA 2016 Awards.
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