List of past events


SNI HR Excellence Practice-Sharing Event

University of Dundee - This practise-sharing event will focus on attaining and retaining the HR Excellence award, and is aimed at all HEIs within the SNI region that have applied for the HR Excellence award, are working towards the two-year or four-year review, or are interested in gaining the award. Vitae's ‘Every Researcher Counts' flexible suite of resources can help. These resources are for staff developers and principal investigators to ensure that, in relation to research staff, equality and diversity issues are understood, visible and prioritised in HEIs.


The Engaging Researcher

Lancaster University - This one day highly interactive workshop has been designed for researchers who are new to, or have some experience with public engagement.


Every Researcher Counts Train the Trainer (1)

King's College London - Struggling to know how to meet RCUKs statement of expectations for equality and diversity? Vitae's ‘Every Researcher Counts' flexible suite of resources can help. These resources are for staff developers and principal investigators to ensure that, in relation to research staff, equality and diversity issues are understood, visible and prioritised in HEIs.


Vitae Research Staff Conference 2013: Inspired Futures

In its fifth year, the Vitae Research Staff Conference 2013 in partnership with the UK Research Staff Association explored the options open to research staff.


Vitae Researcher Development International Conference 2013

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Realising the Potential of Researchers


HR strategies for researchers: future directions and good practice across Europe

The HR Excellence in Research Award is currently held by over 120 organisations across Europe. It acknowledges institutions which are implementing the principles of the European Charter and Code of Recruitment of Researchers and have robust plans in place to enhance working conditions for researchers www.vitae.ac.uk/hrexcellenceaward


The Vitae Policy Forum 2013

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The annual Vitae Policy Forum was an invitation-only event for pro-vice-chancellors or equivalent senior staff who could speak on behalf of the institution