The University of Suffolk has retained their HR Excellence in Research Award for a further two years.
The HR Excellence in Research Award is an important mechanism for implementing the principles of the Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers.
Vitae, a global leader in supporting the professional development of researchers, issued the awards to 10 UK institutions who demonstrated their long-term commitment to the career development of researchers. There are currently 97 Vitae UK member institutions with the Award.
Professor Mohammad Dastbaz, Deputy Vice-Chancellor at the University of Suffolk, said, “As a young University, we are very pleased to have retained our HR Excellence in Research Award. The award represent the hard work our colleagues across our Graduate School, HR and Academic Schools are doing to ensure we uphold the principles of the Concordat and show our commitment to the career development of our growing research community.”
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