I have been Head of Research at the University of East Anglia since 2011, including some time heading up a Joint Research Office with the local University Hospital. Prior to this my research administration career has been in both a central registry research service (6 years) and a faculty research office (6 years) as well as a short spell as a consultancy manager (1 year). Before joining UEA, I was at Aston University where I worked in the Planning Office and then Student Registry. In my 25 years as a university administrator, I’ve also supported 5 REF’s including servicing REF panel’s in RAE2001 and REF2014. I’m currently a member of the RCUK Research Organisation Consultation Group and attend some of the UK PURE meetings to represent UEA. I’m a graduate of Aston University (BSc Managerial and Administrative Studies) and a postgraduate of the University of London (MA Higher and Professional Education) and the University of East Anglia (MSc Health Economics).

Sessions

15:45
6th Jun 2017
Room: Room 4B

A project life-cycle approach; designing and delivering a research and enterprise service

In response to changes made across a number of UEA’s administrative services back in 2010, the decision was made to integrate seven groups into one University wide research and enterprise service providing a one-stop shop. This session is designed to explain that structure, how it works in practice, the benefits and the areas we need

Theme: Service Organisation and Delivery
Level: Management
Speakers:Rachael Mold, Dr Deborah McGuchan
Time: 15:45
Date: 6th Jun 2017
Room: Room 4B