Research Managers Workshop, Hosted at the University of Hull 15th – 17th June 2016

27 May 2016 9:16 AM | Emma Lythgoe (Administrator)

Research Managers Workshop, Hosted at the University of Hull 15th – 17th June 2016

Following the success of the ‘Research funding support’ event held in Utrecht last June I am delighted that our application to the Utrecht Universities Network ( for funding to run a second event for research managers and administrators has been approved. 

The event will be hosted at the University of Hull in the UK.  Registration will take place from 9am on Wednesday 15th and the event will close mid afternoon on Friday 17th June 2016.  The programme will incorporate suggestions made at the previous event and will include presentations, discussions, updates on latest developments and sharing of good practice on various themes including:


·       Open access;

·       Data management;

·       Impact in research;

·       Research project case studies;

·       Broadening international research partnerships.


This will be a small informal style workshop and we currently have international delegates coming from Germany, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Slovenia, Lithuania, Romania, Finland, the Netherlands, and Estonia.  We are able to offer a small number of places on the event to universities who are not members of the Utrecht Universities Network (without charge), hence this invitation to EARMA members.

Some delegates are planning to attend the EARMA conference the following week (20th to 22nd June) so we will be making arrangements to travel as a group to Sweden. 

If you would like some information about our University and the local area please take a look at:






and to book your place on the event or discuss any aspect of the workshop please contact Pam Jackson (pam,

For more information click here.

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