Standing for Research Excellence & Support Hub, the pilot program will run from 2 October to 9 November and aims to make research support easier to access and more visible across UTS. Events will cover major funding opportunities, how to use new research technologies, systems and tools, grant writing, integrity and ethics, building your profile, and tips and tricks for more effective research.
Whether you’re in HASS or STEM, new to UTS or a long-serving staff member, we’ve got an event tailored to your needs. You can view a full schedule here.
Associate Dean (Research) in the Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building Charles Rice, who has brought the project together, says all researchers can benefit from RES Hub events.
“You don’t suddenly finish your PhD and know everything you need to know about being a researcher,” says Charles. “To have an impact, you need to push your research out into the world, and there’s always more to know about how to do that.”
“We want to draw together the high-quality support and training that is already going on, in a shared space, to create increased value and engagement. Anyone turning up at any time should find something of value.”