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The University of Manchester Research Strategy - outlines how we will continue to achieve high-quality research that benefits society as a whole. it highlights the importance of developing and supporting early career researchers in line with The Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers. Download your copy of the Research Strategy here.
Manchester Reasearch Staff Association - formed in 2011 to support and represent research staff from all faculties at the University of Manchester. It is run by researchers on a voluntary basis and all are welcome to contribute. More...
UK Research Staff Association (UKRSA) - formed with the support of Vitae to provide a national voice for research staff that informs institutions, funders, and governments, about the most effective ways to support them in achieving their career aspirations. More...
Careers in Research Online Survey (CROS) 2013 - We invite you to take part in CROS 2013. HEIs across the UK are participating in CROS – a national survey for research staff. Your responses are vital in helping us to understand what we are doing well and what we can do better to improve working conditions, career aspirations and career development opportunities for research staff at the University. The survey closes Friday, 31 May. More...
Latest Stories from the word (our blog)
This is a chronological list of the last 10 stories from the blog with the category of Research Staff News.
- Careers in Research Online Survey 2013
- Access to your email and to e-resources beyond the end of your employment contract as a researcher
- Careers in Research Online Survey (CROS) opens 22 April 2013
- Your Voice - Our Manchester - Staff Survey 2013
- New way to contact Human Resources
- Manchester eScholar - what it means for researchers
- Applications open for the Wellcome Trust Science Writing Prize 2013 (closes 28 April)
- Doctorate Impact & Career Tracking Study - invite to take part
- Social Enterprise Workshop hosted by UMI3 Ltd
- Has public engagement made a difference to your PhD?
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