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Your views about the Global Research Priorities Programme

All academic staff and postgraduate research students are invited to contribute to the University’s review of the Global Research Priorities programme through an online survey.

What is the Global Resarch Priorities programme?

The University’s programme of Global Research Priorities (GRPs) was launched in 2011, to provide a platform for Warwick’s research, addressing some of the most challenging problems facing the world today.

Why is it being reviewed?

As part of the research strategy refresh, the University is conducting an internal review of the GRP programme, with a view to relaunching the programme in August 2019.

The review will look at how the GRP programme can support the University’s research going forward and align it to challenges of global significance.

How do I contribute to the review?

All academic staff and PGR students are invited to give their views and feed their experiences into the review to influence the future direction of the programme.

You can give your feedback via an online survey by 31 August 2018.

The survey is completely anonymous and will take less than 15 minutes to complete.

Please do take the time to complete the survey and many thanks in advance for your participation.

Need to know more?

If you have any questions, please contact Carole Harris, Projects Director (R&IS) at x75733 or C dot D dot Harris at warwick dot ac dot uk