University of Liverpool Research Staff Association

Research Staff at the University of Liverpool have established our very own Research Staff Association. This initiative is supported by The Leadership, Organisational, Staff and Academic Development Academy (The Academy) and the UK Research Staff Association (UKRSA).

The University of Liverpool Research Staff Association (UoL RSA) is a research community-owned and led initiative. Upon commencement of their contracts, research staff automatically become members of the UoL RSA.

The aims of the UoL RSA are to:

  • represent a collective voice for research staff from all Faculties, Schools and Institutes on matters affecting researchers
  • provide a platform for communication and networking amongst research staff both within the schools, institutes and across Faculties and the wider University community.
  • coordinate central support for researcher development with that provided locally by Faculties, schools and institutes
  • facilitate a borderless community for researchers to make the most of their time at the University of Liverpool

Download the RSA Flyer

RSA Meeting Dates 2018-2019 

Meeting schedule: 1300-1400 (open meeting with invited speakers); 1400-1430 (UoL RSA steering group meeting)

Date

Venue

Invited Speaker

Overview

Monday 4 February 2019

 

TBC

Ms Laura Winters, Public Engagement Officer, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

Different public engagement activities available at the University and go through the process of grant application to fund your own ideas.

 

Friday 22 March 2019

 

CTH-Lecture Theatre D

Mr Simon Thomson, Director, Centre for Innovation in Education

Teaching, learning and assessment at UoL; the use of educational technology; and the design and delivery of co and extra-curricular provision and how CIE supports staff in this regard.

 

Wednesday 8 May 2019

 

CTH-Lecture Theatre D

Research, Partnerships, and Innovation Team

Support facilities available to researchers at every stage of their research, the impact and knowledge exchange process, and effective engagement options with collaborators, partners and funders.

 

Thursday 13 June 2019

 

CTH-Lecture Theatre D

Ms Mary Jane Monaghan, Research Assistant, FIT4RRI Project funded under Horizon 2020

Embedding responsible research and innovation principles into current ethics and science education practices. If interested, you can get a chance to be involved in her research too!

RSA Meeting Minutes and Documents are accessible to staff only on the RSA Intranet page.

Contact us at: researchstaffassociation@liverpool.ac.uk

Research Staff Association