Open workshops: Support for Research Networking and Collaboration

Time: Multiple

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The Research Lifecycle Programme (RLP) will be investing in systems, tools and support for developing and maintaining engaged research communities both within and connected to The University of Manchester. The overall aim is to create new research opportunities, enhance connectivity (particularly for early career researchers), respond better to multidisciplinary funding calls, maximise the impact of our research, and enhance the University’s profile and reputation.

The programme team are keen to get input from academic staff, early career researchers and PGRs as well as PS staff who support research communities to help shape the future of networking and collaboration

Four workshops will be held for the community to have their say:

Monday 11th May (2pm-4pm) [this workshop is now full]

Tuesday 12 May (10am-12pm)

Tuesday 12 May (1pm-3pm)

Thursday 14 May (1pm-3pm) (PGR focussed)

Attendees will be asked to submit ideas before the workshop via a website called Well Sorted (up until Monday 20 April) and once ideas are collected, will be asked to organise / prioritise ideas (up until Monday 4th May). This will form the structure of the discussions at the workshops. explanation of how Well Sorted will be used and links to the questions after you have registered.

You will receive an email with an explanation of how Well Sorted will be used and links to the questions after you have registered.

Please note: These workshops may move to online in line with the closure of non-essential facilities on campus.

If you have any queries, please contact rlp@manchester.ac.uk.