Northumbria Research Support

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David Young

Andy Pearce and I will be available next Tuesday, 28th October, between 2-5pm in Ellison D106 for any staff from Engineering and Environment to discuss existing grant applications or future funding opportunities. See this post for details as well as a full list of forthcoming drop-in sessions.

How research into different types of evidence create impact…

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and is used to develop and improve key services. Dr Sarah Morton of the University of Edinburgh who did her PhD on how research impact occurs and how it can be assessed looks at the range of ways that research can be used through different mechanisms to make a difference and suggests key ways for improving research use. The article…

David Young

** UPDATE: SESSION CANCELLED 21/10/2014 **

Andy Pearce will be available next Tuesday, 21st October, between 2-5pm in Ellison D106 for any staff from Engineering and Environment to discuss existing grant applications or future funding opportunities. See this post for details as well as a full list of forthcoming drop-in sessions. (Sadly, I won’t be able to join Andy on this occasion, but will be back on the 28th as usual.)

Alona Welby

As part of the HR staff researcher development programme, we are running a bite-size session on Friday 26th September for ECRs. It will give early career researchers and academic staff who are in the early stages of a research career an overview of the  research support available here at Northumbria. It will introduce key contacts in Research and Business Services and the Library Research Support team and will give an overview of some of the sources of research funding for ECRs and how to find them. There will also be information available on the Northumbria Early Career Researchers Forum. The session will be held from 12-1. Sign up through the HR research development page.