Research Staff Association
The University of Liverpool Research Staff Association (UoL RSA) supported by the Academy is a research community-owned and -led initiative. It provides a voice for research staff across all faculties, and a platform for communication and networking. It helps co-ordinate central support for researcher development and builds a researcher community that, through representation on committees and working groups, empowers researchers to be involved in decision making.
Beneficiaries: Research staff Managers of researchers Professional support staff
Stakeholders: Researchers Professional staff
Concordat principles: Environment and culture Employment Professional and career development
Keywords: Training development activities Professional development Research identity Research culture Induction Career progression Policy Equality, diversity and inclusion Wellbeing Researcher voice Bullying and harassment Working conditions Career management Diverse careers Leadership development Research assessment Recognition Research staff association (RSA) Community building
Making an Impact Series
The Making an Impact series has been designed around a framework of Knowledge Exchange ‘lenses’, on impact in cultural, health science, public policy, economic, industrial, digital, environmental and third sectors. The KirkPatrick model of evaluation assesses long term outcomes and feeds into programme design.
Equity, accessibility and inclusivity is central to the Series, which provides a mixture of live sessions delivered by internal and external experts across research-related academic, administrative and industry stakeholder roles, augmented with asynchronous materials on a dedicated Resource Hub.
The Series plays a significant role in creating new connections, impactful collaboration and a culture of innovation.
Beneficiaries: Research staff Research and teaching staff
Concordat principles: Environment and culture Professional and career development
Keywords: Impact development activities knowledge exchange Research culture Training Professional development Research assessment