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Scottish Crucible : Advice for ECRs

Ahead of the next Scottish Crucible  (applications due 31st January 2017) we asked one of last year’s participants and award winners, Sandy Brownlee, about his experience and for some application advice.  Sandy Brownlee: Research Profile; Email A postdoc researcher in Computing… Continue Reading →

Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship

Applications for the Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship (ECF) are due 2nd March 2017 and in advance of this, the Research and Enterprise Office are holding a mandatory briefing session on 12th January 2017 in the Enterprise Zone (Library) for prospective applicants…. Continue Reading →

Researcher Resources – Funding Lifecycle

By Joy Taylor, Research Funding Officer The Research and Enterprise Office (REO) have created an on-line resource accessed via the Researcher Community webpages which includes several documents and presentations aimed at giving our researchers information about all aspects of the funding… Continue Reading →

#Vitae16 – Perspective from Stirling Graduate School

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 →

#Vitae16 Conference

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 →

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