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On 18 January 2017 Vitae ran an online Q&A on the topic of successful career planning for researchers. If you missed the #vitaehangout, you can now watch the recorded video and read the top tips from our panelists...
The CROS and PIRLS online surveys will be open from 1 March to 31 May 2017 and both surveys are available free of charge for Vitae member institutions with a BOS license.
Vitae is hosting the 2017 Three Minute thesis (®3MT). The competition is open to any Vitae member organisation which holds a ®3MT for its own researchers before the end of June 2017. Register your institution now
We were delighted to welcome around 400 participants, the largest number yet, including researcher development practitioners, trainers, career specialists, heads of graduate schools, pro-vice chancellors, funders, research managers and other professionals from the UK and abroad to our annual Vitae Researcher Development International Conference, which took place in Manchester, between 12 and 13 September 2016. The Conference addressed the strategic and practical implications of policy developments, institutional capacity and best practice to support the careers of researchers...
These are the speakers presenting at the networking seminar, 26 April, Coventry University.
Two new Vitae events will take place in June. Join us to discuss researcher careers.
We are delighted to announce a new publication in the Vitae Library of Resources.
We would like to congratulate universities which have been shortlisted in the Vitae-sponsored category for Outstanding Support for Early Career Researchers.
Researchers are becoming increasingly more ‘open’ in their research, through open access publication, open data, and their social media presence. What is the impact on the professional development of researchers as they navigate the open research environment? How do these changing expectations impact the role of researcher developers?
Recent articles on the Vitae Member Community
Vitae has developed a range of new resources to support those who manage and mentor researchers as part of their role.
Vitae published a suite of 15 guidance documents by The Equality Challenge Unit (ECU) to accompany the Vitae Every Researcher Counts scenarios
Today Vitae confirms that a further 11 UK universities have retained the HR Excellence in Research Award...
Today at the Equality and Diversity Conference organised by Vitae, we have announced ten Actions to improve the equality and diversity for research staff...
In the run up to the new highly anticipated edition of our Leadership in Action programme, this coming March, here are a few tips on developing you leadership potential…
New survey explores careers of postdoctoral researchers
From 1 January 2015, Vitae’s new membership subscription service will take effect. Over 100 UK organisations have already joined, and we look forward to an exciting year of innovation in support of researcher development.
New campaign focuses on careers of research staff...