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Dr Kathy Barrett is the University Lead on Research Staff Development at King’s College London; and Dr Rachel Cowen is the University Lead for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, University of Manchester.

Voices are becoming ever louder across the research sector, raisin...

This is a guest post by Dr Sara Shinton, Head of Researcher Development, University of Edinburgh. and Dr Rachel Cowen, Lead for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, University of Manchester.

For the UK to retain its world leading position in research and innovation we nee...

January 15, 2019

This is a guest post by Dr Kay Guccione, from the University of Sheffield. It details the rationale for Sheffield’s Associate SuperVisionaries Framework designed to support supervisory practice development in early career researchers. Kay also edits a blog re...

December 14, 2018

Dr Kathy Barrett is The University Lead for Research Staff Development at Kings College London and is a member of Researchers14. 

Towards the end of October this year 55 Researcher Developers and Careers Consultants for Researchers gathered in Coventry for the 4th...

November 27, 2018

Bryony Portsmouth is the Researcher Development Lead at the University of Sheffield and is a member of Researchers14

My tenure in researcher development is 6 years. On day one of my induction in November 2012, I was handed a hard copy of the ‘Concordat to Support the...

October 30, 2018

Dr Karen Clegg is Head of Research Excellence Training at the University of York and is a member of Researchers14 but is writing in a personal capacity as someone who has devoted the best part of 15 years to researcher development. 

Once upon a time, researchers in univ...

Written on behalf of Researchers14 by Dr Kay Guccione (University of Sheffield), Dr Steve Joy (University of Cambridge) and Dr Nigel Eady. (Kings College London). The views represented here do not necessarily represent those of all members of Researchers 14, or their e...

Written on behalf of Researchers 14 by Dr Elizabeth Adams (University of Glasgow) and Karina Prasad (University of Cambridge).

The word entrepreneurship often conjures up images of popular TV shows like Dragon’s Den or The Apprentice, not typically something that a high...

April 9, 2018

Written on behalf of Researchers 14 by Dr Rachel Cowen (University of Manchester).

The Researchers14 group of Universities, who collectively employ 65% of UK Research Staff, have drawn on institutional data and experiences, and from national staff and student surveys to...

November 24, 2017

The Researchers 14 position on the Concordat Review

Written on behalf of Researchers 14 by Dr Kay Guccione (@kayguccione), University of Sheffield.

In 2014, Researchers 14 formed, bringing together staff from 14 UK Universities who collectively represent upwards of 65% o...

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