Northumbria Research Support

Guidance

Guidance, advice and analysis on specific research funding issues.

A reminder of this semester’s Faculty Ethics Training dates

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Ethics training is a compulsory training session open to staff and students at any stage. Each Faculty provides training on research ethics led by the Faculty Research Ethics Directors. The training is grounded in the principle of informed consent and covers the process of ethical approval at Northumbria University for research projects. Wednesday 8 February…

Next week on the Professional Development and Research Training Programme

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CVs, Application and Interviews Thursday 19th January 2017, 10:00-11:30 RDF B3 (Professional and Career Development) Open to Students at any stage This session, led by the Careers Service, will look at how you can perfect your CV and applications and improve your interview technique. Aims and Objectives: By the end of this session participants will have:…

E&E Research Funding Weekly Drop-In Session: Tuesday 17th January, 2.30-5.00pm, Ellison B103

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The Engineering and Environment Research Funding Drop-In Session is back from mid-January 2017, every Tuesday afternoon from 2.30pm. David Young (Research Funding and Policy Manager) and Andy Pearce (Pre-Award Coordinator) will be available on Tuesday 17th January between 2.30 and 5.00pm in Ellison B103. Come along to ask us a question about research funding, future calls for proposals or to discuss…

L’Oréal fellowships for women in science, deadline 25 Jan 2017

L’Oréal UK and Ireland, the UK National Commission for UNESCO and the Irish National Commission for UNESCO, with the support of the Royal Society, invite applications for the L’Oréal UK and Ireland fellowships for women in science. These promote, enhance and encourage the contribution of women pursuing their research careers in the UK or Ireland…

Industry Academia Partnership Programme (IAPP)

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The Industry Academia Partnership Programme (IAPP) from the Royal Academy of Engineering aims to support Partner Country universities in improving their engineering education and research output through partnership with industry and UK stakeholders. The programme is based upon the premise that increased links between industry and higher education can improve quality and foster innovation within…

Health Foundation Webinar – people and communities at the heart of health and wellbeing

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You can now register for the Health Foundation webinar ‘Practical learning and tips to put people and communities at the heart of health and wellbeing, which draws on findings from the Realising the Value programme. The programme brought together expertise from a wide range of people including: those with lived experience, the voluntary sector, practitioners,…

NIHR Programmes – Hint and Tips

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Here are some notes from an event organised by the Research Design Service  with some hints and tips on applying to NIHR Programmes. Research Design Service – NIHR Research Programmes Update – 29 November 2016 Introduction from Mark Walker – Director, NIHR Clinical Research Facility Sarah Puddicombe & Suzy Hopper, NETSCC NIHR Programmes NIHR Programmes…