CROS & PIRLS – There’s still time to participate

Until Wednesday 5 April 2019, Northumbria is participating in two biennial national surveys of researchers, the Careers in Research Online Survey (CROS) and the Principal Investigators and Research Leaders Survey (PIRLS). These surveys gather important, anonymous data about working conditions, career aspirations and career development opportunities for research staff and research leaders in higher education institutions.

Eligible staff have been sent an email with a link to the relevant survey to learn about lucky leprechaun slot. The surveys are totally anonymous and confidential and analysis will be used to inform Northumbria’s researcher development training programmes and other activities in support of our research-active staff. They will also be used to benchmark us against the rest of the sector. Click on the links for more information about CROS and PIRLS or contact researchsupport@northumbria.ac.uk if you have any questions about the surveys.

 

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Northumbria participates in national surveys of researchers

From Monday 13 March until Wednesday 31 May, Northumbria is participating in two biennial national surveys of researchers, the Careers in Research Online Survey (CROS) and the Principal Investigators and Research Leaders Survey (PIRLS). These surveys gather important, anonymous data about working conditions, career aspirations and career development opportunities for research staff and research leaders in higher education institutions.

Eligible staff have been sent an email by Professor George Marston with a link to the relevant survey. The surveys are totally anonymous and confidential and analysis will be used to inform Northumbria’s researcher development training programmes and other activities in support of our research-active staff. They will also be used to benchmark us against the rest of the sector. Click on the links for more information about CROS and PIRLS or contact researchsupport@northumbria.ac.uk if you have any questions about the Northumbria surveys.


 

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CROS and PIRLS national researcher surveys now open

pirls logoThe University participates in two biennial national surveys of researchers – Careers in Research Online Survey (CROS) and Principal Investigators and Research Leaders Survey (PIRLS).

The surveys, which are managed by Vitae and run through Bristol Online Surveys, gather anonymous data about working conditions, career aspirations and career development opportunities for research staff and research leaders in higher education institutions.

cros-logo-web-large-2011-vitaeBoth surveys will be open at Northumbria from Tuesday 21 April until Tuesday 12 May. Eligible staff should have received an email invitation with a link to the survey they are invited to complete.

Participants in the CROS survey can also enter a prize draw to win up to £1,000 to be spent on research-related activities such as conference attendance.

Professor George Marston, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation), said: “At Northumbria University we have recently demonstrated through our REF performance that we are truly becoming a research-rich university. However, we also recognise that we have more to do and the importance of supporting, developing and rewarding research staff in enabling the University to achieve its goals.

“The surveys provide valuable sector-wide and institutional data regarding HE research policy drivers and trends. The findings and analysis will be used to inform Northumbria’s researcher development training programmes and other activities in support of our research-active staff. They will also be used to benchmark us against the sector.”

If you have any questions on the surveys, please contact me or my colleague Gill Drinkald in Research and Business Services.

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