Research culture group (University of Glasgow)

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Research culture group (University of Glasgow)

What is this about?

The 'Research Culture Group' of the University of Glasgow aims to create a positive research culture. The group functions as a steering group, meaning its members pay attention to a broad range of issues that shape the research culture. The group's activities include to:

  • Monitor the progress of current policies
  • Suggest innovations in researcher development and research culture
  • Provide advice on communications regarding research culture, and
  • Create content for the University's 'Research Culture Survey'.

Why is this important?

This group is composed of University staff from multiple backgrounds and disciplines, all focusing on the research culture within the institution. The group oversees initiatives on important aspects of the research culture, from training to data protection and codes of conduct (see also: Research Culture Statement).

For whom is this important?

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