Dr Anne Galliot is the Research Development Adviser for the College of Arts and Humanities at the University of Brighton, and the champion for the Arts and Humanities’ Special Interest Group for ARMA. She joined Brighton’s Arts and Humanities Centre for Research and Development in 2007. Since then, she has supported two REF submissions, and has been instrumental in developing professional research support, focusing on Arts and Humanities disciplines. Her main areas of focus are research funding and researcher development, and her current role links to all areas of research support.
The HE and research landscapes have dramatically changed in the past year. The HE bill, the Sterne Review, and Brexit will have deep effects in Higher education. Moreover, the political landscape that has facilitated Brexit and the election of Donald Trump could have a severe impact on the HE sector. What are the implication of …
|Theme:||Policy and Governance, SIG|
|Speakers:||Dr Anne Galliot|