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Alona Welby

Our next research funding drop-in for colleagues in the Faculty of Business and Law will be on Wednesday 25th November between 2-3.30 in the CCE1 staff room on the ground floor. This is an opportunity to to discuss research proposals in development or future funding opportunities. You can just pop along to see us or book an appointment in advance by emailing me. This will be our last funding drop-in until late January but feel free to contact me directly if you want to talk about funding but can’t make next Wednesday.


Alona Welby

Just a reminder that we’re holding the first Northumbria Early Career Researchers Forum of this academic year on  Friday 13 November from 12-1 in the Mea House auditorium. This is open to anyone in the early stages of a research career, including PGRs. For more info on the content of the meeting see my earlier blog post.

There is no need to sign up, just come along on Friday and feel free to bring your lunch with you.


Faculty of Business and Law research funding drop-in on Wednesday 21 October

We’re holding our next research funding drop-in for the Faculty of Business and Law on Wednesday 21 October 2pm – 4pm. Louise Wyers (Pre-Award Coordinator) and I (Research Funding and Policy Manager) will be available in the CCE1 staff room on the ground floor to discuss draft research proposals or any ideas for future funding opportunities.…

Northumbria Disaster Resilience Research in Top 20 for Global Development Impact

Disaster Development Network UKCDS

Research on community resilience to disasters led by the Disaster Development Network at Northumbria is featured in a list of the top 20 impact case studies focusing on global development issues. The top 20 were selected by UKCDS, a group of 14 UK government departments and research funders working in international development, from around 400 case…

Open Access Good Practice at Northumbria

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We’ve just published an update on our Open Access Good Practice blog about our work over the past 6 months on our Jisc-funded Pathfinder project. The update includes details of case studies of OA in three UK HEIs, a cost modelling tool, and a decision-making tool for academic staff: Since the last update in March, we’ve…