As part of our Athena SWAN series, Dame Clare Marx came along to talk about her career and thoughts on leadership.
Dr Cathy Moore (Postdoctoral Research Assistant) in our I&I Research Institute discusses how parasites have shaped our history.
See how our research transforms people’s lives in our community, throughout the UK and around the world
HR Excellence in Research, a UK-wide process incorporating the QAA code of practice for research degree programmes and the concordat to support the career development of researchers, enables institutions to gain the European Commission’s ‘HR Excellence in Research’ badge. The award acknowledges alignment with the principles of the European charter for researchers and code of conduct for their recruitment.
St George’s, University of London was awarded the HR Excellence in Research Award in November 2013. We retained our HR Excellence in Research Award in June 2019, following a successful completion of a 4-year review. The retention demonstrates our long-term commitment to the career development and working conditions of researchers.
We have completed an internal self-assessment and analysis for the four-year review of our HR Excellence in Research Award. The following documents set out our progress against the actions in our 2015-2017 two-year action plan and our new four-year review action plan 2018-2020.
Four-year review report (PDF)
Progress on two-year review action plan (PDF)
Four-year review action plan (PDF)
An internal assessment against our November 2013 action plan was carried out in October and November 2015. The original action plan has been updated and is accompanied by a summary progress report and a new action plan for November 2015 to November 2017.
Concordat gap analysis and proposed action plan November 2013 (updated November 2015) (PDF)
November 2015 assessment report for the HR Excellence in Research Award (PDF)
Concordat gap analysis and proposed action plan November 2015 - November 2017 (PDF)
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