Alisha Peart has recently moved to a new role as a Research Impact Manager supporting the STEM subject areas across Northumbria University (Faculty of Engineering and the departments of Applied Sciences, Sport & Exercise, Psychology and Design). Alisha was promoted to the impact role after spending one year working as a Pre Award Coordinator supporting academics from a range of disciplines. Prior to her move to Northumbria University, she spent eight years as a Senior Project Specialist at an ‘Outstanding’ FE College.
Whether through being entirely new to the profession, through moving institutions, or through internal restructures, research development, impact, and other research support staff will often face starting (or starting again) from scratch supporting new groups of academics. Even for experienced research development staff, this can be a shock to the system. Often we start (again) …
|Theme:||Research Management & Administration Development|
|Level:||Operational / Administration|
|Speakers:||Adam Golberg, Alisha Peart, Emma Bowen, Rommany Jenkins|