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Human Library – Creating Connections within the Research Support Services Community

Building on the success of its debut at the 2023 Research Support Services Conference, the Edinburgh Research Office is excited to have launched our Human Library.  The Human Library is not your typical library; rather than borrowing books, here, you borrow time—specifically, the time of your colleagues within the Research Support …

Research Support Services Conference: Reflections and learning

Laura Cockram, Head of Engagement and Communications, shares learning from her experience as Conference Facilitator for our annual Research Support Services Conference, here at the University of Edinburgh.  I had a very rewarding conversation last week. I shared what I and a group of enthusiastic and dedicated colleagues had done …

The Research Support Services Conference 2024 – Get Involved!

After the success of our 2023 Research Support Services Conference, we are excited to hit the ground running for 2024!   We are looking for University colleagues with a passion for research support and enabling to join us as part of the 2024 Conference Organising Group. The role of the Conference …

RSS Conference: Hearing from our Session Leads – Dr Conor Snowden

The 2023 Research Support Services (RSS) Conference took place on 31 October with great success. Attended by nearly 300 colleagues and offering over 25 sessions, the 2023 RSS Conference provided a space for research support colleagues from across the university to come together to learn, share, network and develop our …

Research Support Services Conference 2023 – Get involved!

We need your help to make the Research Support Services Conference 2023 a success! If you are a colleague at the University of Edinburgh, with a passion for research support and the role we play in enabling research, and would like to become involved in organising this year’s Research Support …


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