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Research Culture In Action

From improving support for early career researchers, to connecting academics with schoolteachers to fuel the curriculum, hear first hand from the people who are working to improve research culture across Warwick and beyond.

Setting the standard for research culture across the UK

Professor Caroline Meyer, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for research talks about the pressing need to improve research culture sector-wide, and how the National Centre for Research Culture aims to help.

Caroline Meyer

Connecting teachers and academics to deliver change in education

Dr Kathryn van de Wiel's project brings researchers and teachers together in exciting collaborations, enabling researchers to share their work with the sector, helping to fuel the curriculum.

Inspiring STEM inclusivity through collaboration

Professor Magaret Low, MBE, talks about her wide-reaching engagement initiative, STEM Connections, working with school students in and around Coventry

Giving young people from diverse backgrounds a taste of STEM

WMG's Craig Carnegie created a tailored programme to help young people from diverse background get more out of work experience at Warwick.

Enabling world-class research by supporting those in new careers

Dr Harriet Richmond's work encourages early career researchers to share their experiences and look at their research from a new perspective.

What research culture means to Warwick Medical School

WMS’s Kirstie Haywood is the Strategic Lead for Research Culture within the department. We spoke to her about her work developing a Research Culture Roadmap, in order to help teams sow, nurture and flourish together.