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Hidden REF Flyer

The more submission the Hidden REF receives, the more evidence we have to campaign for a better and fairer recognition in research. If you are contacting the people in your department, group or community to tell them about the competition, we’ve produced the following flyer to help communicate the important facts.

Why it matters who seeks to change how we celebrate research: the people behind the Hidden REF

This article is about the Hidden REF team situating ourselves, about not shying away from the fact that we have a standpoint, and about opening up space to widen our view, especially as we move towards constructing assessment panels to judge responses to the Hidden REF. The hope is that this reflexivity can help usContinue reading “Why it matters who seeks to change how we celebrate research: the people behind the Hidden REF”

The Hidden REF raised in Microscopists interview with Dame Ottoline Leyser

Dame Ottoline Leyser was asked about diversity, inclusion and the way that research teams are organised during a recent interview on the Microscopists podcast. The Hidden REF raised as an example. Her response highlighted the “extraordinary contribution of everyone in the system”. Hear the interview on Youtube or via the Microscopists podcast.

UKRI looking for 101 different jobs in research and innovation

The Hidden REF is not alone in campaigning to raise recognition of the diversity of roles that are vital to research. In a recent article, UKRI CEO, Dame Ottoline Leyser, announced a collaboration with the Minister for Science Research and Innovation, Amanda Solloway, to find 101 people, doing 101 different jobs that make major contributionsContinue reading “UKRI looking for 101 different jobs in research and innovation”

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