In 2007, following a career in the private sector with The Royal Bank of Scotland and PriceWaterhouse Coopers, Rachel joined the University of Stirling. Within Research and Innovation Services, Rachel has worked in a variety of roles including post-award research support, pre-award funding development, implementation of the University’s Research Management System and a significant period focussed on all things research policy related. In January 2019, Rachel took up her role as Research Integrity and Governance Manager for the University in which she leads on all matters relating to research ethics, integrity and governance.
In a changing environment that experiences a number of external forces and influences such as REF & Brexit it is important that institutions have a healthy and prosperous research culture. But what does a healthy and prosperous research culture mean? Join us to explore the what, they how and the why of research culture, sharing …
|Theme:||Policy & strategy|
|Level:||Open to all|
|Speakers:||Dr Fiona Millar, Rachel Beaton|