- 1 Activities
- 1.1 Responses to the BBSRC funded Leadership in Academia workshop May 2022
- 1.2 Reflection on the Leadership in Academia May 2022 workshop
- 1.3 Pirbright Institute Scientists reflect on Leadership in Academia May 2022
- 1.4 Inspiring, Enlightening, Empowering – Leadership in Academia May 2022
- 1.5 Changing Research Culture – Leadership in Academia May 2022
- 1.6 Three Take-Aways from Leadership in Academia May 2022
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Open Research Programme
UKRN has launched a five-year programme of work across our consortium of institutional members, supported by our project partners and Research England, to accelerate the uptake of high-quality open research practices, and the many benefits to research quality, integrity and public trust in research that will consequently flow.
Initiatives and events
UKRN offers support for initiatives to promote robust and rigorous research, focusing on establishing conversations about reproducibility, providing tools and guidance to promote best practice, and encouraging professional development of researchers. UKRN runs and promotes events and regular workshops on the topic of reproducible research.
UKRN hosts an annual meeting in March each year, and supports an annual conference in September: Reproducibility, Replicability and Trust In Science. We also run regular workshops on the topics of leadership, data management, research culture and methods.
UKRN supports initiatives to encourage appropriate methodology, accountability and the establishment of working groups, as well as promoting conversations around open science and open research, and providing tools that make reproducibility easier.
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Following the BBSRC funded Leadership in Academia workshop, held at Cumberland Lodge in May 2022, several attendees have written about their experiences. You can read them here: Three Take-Aways from Leadership in Academia May 2022, by Nadine Aschauer Changing...
Content by Gareth Moore, attendee at the Leadership in Academia workshop in May 2022. Why should a PhD student be concerned with leadership training? After all, being in a position of leadership, especially in academia, comes after many years toiling in the lab....
Content by Henry Munyananduki, Marie Di Placido, Pengxiang Chang, Abigail Hay, Carrie Batten, and Caroline Wright, attendees of the Leadership in Academia workshop in May 2022. The workshop introduced researchers to the fundamentals of leadership. Last month, six of...
Content by Abigail Hay, attendee at the Leadership in Academia workshop in May 2022. I left knowing, instead of wondering if, I was doing a good job. A fortnight has passed since I spent two days in the beautiful Cumberland Lodge nestled in the heart of Windsor Great...
Content by Tabea Gerlach, attendee at the Leadership in Academia workshop in May 2022. Before coming into this workshop, I had little idea of the skills or characteristics a leader should bring. I had seen so many examples of bad leadership in academia and thought...
Content by Nadine Aschaur, attendee at the Leadership in Academia workshop in May 2022. Blog: Three Take-Aways Being grateful about the opportunity of participating in the transformational UKRN Leadership Training 2022, I am delighted to share three take-aways:...