THE EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF RESEARCH MANAGERS AND ADMINISTRATORS
EARMA General Assembly 2013
The General Assembly will be held on the 2nd July 2013 15.00-17.00 at TU Vienna in conjunction with our Annual Conference.
To find out more about the range of opportunities to get involved in EARMA for the benefit of your professional career and of course for EARMA: Please take a look at the agenda and see if you can contribute.
Updated practical guide to EU funding opportunities
Stairways to Excellence in Research Management and Administration.
Call for FELLOWSHIPS open now - deadline 1 June 2013
EARMA International Fellowships -
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CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: SURVEY ON EUROPEAN SCIENCE AND RESEARCH POLICY** A new future of European Science is on the 'Horizon': What do YOU want it to look like? **Science and research has long been a key policy area of the European Union (EU). Today,…Continue
Started by Diana Beech. Last reply by Diana Beech Oct 17, 2012.
I am pleased to inform you that EARMA has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with INSME (the International Network for SMEs). This signifies the importance EARMA members assign to improving links between universities and SMEs. Initially the agreement is primarily to share information, but could lead to more exciting developments as we head to Horizon 2020.
For details of INSME Annual Conference, please see:
Best wishes David
Posted by David Lauder on March 21, 2013 at 7:02pm
Dear EARMA Board Members / Mr. Jan Andersen
I am writing to you on behalf of a group of research administrators from the University of Copenhagen to bring issues with the practical workshop on “Optimising Income Generation in Higher Education and Research Institutions” on January 31st to February 1st, 2013 to your attention. Six research administrators from the University of Copenhagen attended the workshop, which was organised by the European Academy for Taxes, Economics and Law.
According to the program the workshop participants would gain knowledge in the following areas:
Posted by Jan Andersen on February 27, 2013 at 5:30pm
GENOVATE is a FP7-funded action research project which operates across seven European partner universities with different institutional and national contexts for gender equality. The GENOVATE project seeks to implement strategies for the transformation of organizational structures towards more gender-competent management.
We are glad to have EARMA as a collaborator in this four-year project. The consortium include:
-University of Bradford, UK (coordinator)
-University College Cork, Ireland
-Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
-Ankara University, Turkey
-University of Naples, Italy
-Tranava University, Slovakia
-University of Madrid, Spain
Posted by Dr. Milly Perry on February 24, 2013 at 9:15am