The University Creating Knowledge Conference will take place on Monday 17 June 2019 at City Campus. It will provide an opportunity for our researchers to present their work associated with the Creating Knowledge research and impact platforms and foundations
Alice Bullas, Researcher (sport and health innovation) within the Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC) provides a synopsis of the impact/benefits in attending a conference funded by the Developing International Research Funding Opportunities scheme.
Roger Eccleston, PVC Research and Global Engagement has presented an update on the research landscape and Hallam’s response to it.
Next year’s Research Conference – Creating Knowledge 2019 – will be held on Monday 17 June. Save the date in your diaries now.
Elements the new system to deposit your research is now live.You can log in now with your SHU username and password at https://elements.shu.ac.uk
Due to receiving a number of valid questions we’ve set up an FAQs page relating to the Creating Knowledge Prospectus, the Internal Funding available and the application and approval process.
Following the launch of the Creating Knowledge Prospectus on 1 August I am delighted to announce that the application process is now live.
From Monday 15 October you will no longer need to use SHURA to deposit your research. Instead you will use Elements. Elements is the new user-friendly way to deposit your publications and other research outputs.
Tuesday 25 September 2018, 10:00 – 13:00, Aspect Court 15202. This event is designed to help Early Career Research staff prepare applications for internal schemes under the Creating Knowledge Implementation Plan (CKIP)
The Creating Knowledge Pillar Board are pleased to launch the Creating Knowledge Implementation Plan – Research Investment Prospectus 2018-19
The Creating Knowledge update from the July 2018 Leadership Bulletin, by Roger Eccleston