Research Advisers and coordinators often serve several faculties or disciplines. It can take a while before we realize that academics might need a different style of advice in order to have fruitful cooperation and succesfully help them with their proposals.
We will take a look at the different “academic tribes”. How do they work, what motivates them and which help will they accept (and how do we avoid to get completely drawn into all the work). We base our findings on long standing experience and interviews with PIs from different disciplines.
The issues we will look at are PI, PhD and team roles, ways of writing, publishing and sharing data as well as different views on RMAs. Diversity in funding sources is also central to many of these differences. We hope that the audience will gain a deeper understanding on how the researchers from Humanities and Social Science, STEM and medical fields differ and how to adjust our services accordingly.
|Time||11:30 - 12:45|
|Date||Wednesday 6th June, 2018|
Dr Maria Maunula - Research Funding Specialist, Service Point for Faculty of Medicine, PET-centre & Centre for Biotechnology, University of Turku, Finland
Dr Anja Hegen - Senior Adviser for ERC & Large National Interdisciplinary & Inter-sectorial Center Applications, University of Bergen, Norway.