April 26th, 2022
An update from Professor Dame Jessica Corner
I am delighted to invite you to join the next stage in our ambitious project to transform research culture at the university.
Research culture workshops take place between Monday 16 and Thursday 26 May.
Sign up for a research culture workshop
These one-hour, open discussions will explore emerging themes and findings from our research culture survey and help us plan interventions that positively influence our working environment and change how we behave.
Each workshop is open to all colleagues and will be held via Microsoft Teams.
For those yet to take part in our research culture survey, I encourage you to share your insights and experiences.
To support our workshop discussions, we will issue attendees insights into the survey findings so far. We would be grateful if you could read this before attending the meeting.
Your help in supporting the survey and the workshops will truly make a difference and help build a picture of how research is experienced and supported at Nottingham.
Please also look out for updates on further opportunities to contribute.
Read Dame Jessica’s full update
Due to a glitch on the MS Form we are using for workshop registrations we did not capture the names of those registering up to midnight on Thursday 5 May. This in turn means that we are unable to send invitations to any of the colleagues who registered. Sincere apologies for this situation and the impact on you and other colleagues.
We can confirm the glitch has been rectified and registration is now capturing people’s names.
We are very sorry, but we have to ask anyone who has registered for workshops before midnight on Thursday 5 May to re-register for the workshop via this MS Form.
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