The Research Excellence Framework: What’s it all about?

Our next Academic Progressions Webinar:

The Research Excellence Framework: What’s it all about?

Taking place Monday 21 November 2016 – 13:00-14:00

This webinar will cover the basics of how the REF assessment works, the potential benefits and costs at an institutional and individual level and the likely changes to be implemented following the recently published Stern Review. Emma and Dave will explain how you can prepare yourself as an early career researcher in terms of the REF requirements for outputs and research impact.

Presented by: Dr Emma Hare (Executive Officer Research and International, QMUL) and David Steynor (Research Impact Manager, Business Development Office, QMUL)

To book a place, please go to the CAPD Bookings Page (cpdbookings.qmul.ac.uk), login and search for course code RSAP. Once you have booked you will receive a confirmation email within 1 working-day with the necessary information to join the webinar.  If you do not yet have an account, you can register here.

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About ruipiresmartins

I'm a researcher developer for postdocs and research staff at Queen Mary University of London. Prior to that, I was an EMBO Fellow at the Gurdon Institute (University of Cambridge), studying Embryonic development and a PDRA in the Institute of Bioengineering (QMUL) studying nuclear and chromatin architecture in embryonic stem cells.
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