Maximising Partnerships Between Research and Advancement To Increase Funding
As research institutions plan for the future there is a need to diversify grant funding in an increasingly competitive environment. At the same time granting bodies and foundations are looking to collaborative models within and between institutions to maximise their research funding and create greater research impact. Research Offices and Advancement Offices are both engaged in attracting research funding into institutions. Although traditionally the two offices have operated independently, the changing landscape highlights the need for these offices to collaborate better to diversify and increase funding.
The Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS) and the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) are jointly hosting a two day workshop detailing how Research Offices and Advancement Offices can effectively work together to increase research funding. This inaugural joint event will include talks, panel sessions and case studies on effective collaboration, as well as being beneficial to senior leaders responsible for research and philanthropy, staff of Research Offices and Advancement Offices, College and Departmental staff responsible for attracting research funding.
For more information about the event programme and registration pricing, please visit https://arms.eventsair.com/arms-case-joint-event.
The Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS) is the Australasian association of research management professionals. Since its founding in 1999, the ARMS network has grown to involve more than 3500 members from universities, independent research institutions, government and health and research organisations from across the Australasian region including Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.