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Call for Proposals now Open

Please note the call for proposals has now closed We are delighted to announce that the Call for Proposals for the 2017 ARMA Annual Conference is now Open. The Programme Committee invites novel and interesting proposals for sessions at the 2017 ARMA Annual Conference.  We welcome all types of sessions, from case studies on the

Qualifications Drop-in

Want to find out more about studying for Professional Qualifications in research management and administration? Delegates attending the Annual Conference on Wednesday 8 June, will have the opportunity to come and meet Marie Garnett, ARMA’s Head of Professional Development who will be on hand to answer any questions you have.

Top Tips for getting the most out of the ARMA Conference

Networking can be challenging, no matter how many conferences you attend. Jo Lakey, Research Manager at Brunel University London and Sue Starbuck, Research Manager at the University of Surrey share their top tips to make the most out of the 2016 ARMA Conference.

What to bring? What to take?

First time at the ARMA Annual Conference? Having attended ARMA Annual Conferences, on and off, for many years, Richard Bond offers the following advice for newcomers on what to bring with you and what to take away to make the most of the ARMA Conference 2016.

Piirus Survey – Could you help?

Piirus and jobs.ac.uk are currently seeking input to a survey on Academic Career breaks that will form the basis of their session at the ARMA Annual Conference 2016. The survey will be of interest to those who are former or current academics or people who have supported academics take or return from a career break. Therefore

Plenary Speakers

ARMA is pleased to welcome Plenary Speaker Nick Hillman, Director of the Higher Education Policy Institute, who was previously a special advisor to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. ARMA are delighted to be supporting Nick Hillman with a review into the research funding landscape. As such, he has kindly agreed to launch his report at

Top Tips for Conference

Luke Jones, Research Development Administrator at the University of Birmingham reflects on his first time at the ARMA Conference and provides some top tips for 2016. Last year saw ARMA stage its biggest conference yet, with over 750 delegates, 34 sponsors and exhibitors, and a glitzy awards dinner present and correct. Although Brighton was my first