ARMS is proud to be part of the INORMS community that enables research excellence. We are pleased to announce the recent release of the Hiroshima Statement at the INORMS 2021 Congress in Hiroshima, Japan. The Statement highlights the aspirational goal of continual improvement of local, national and international research landscapes. Collegiality, inclusivity, professionalism, innovation and accountability are the principles underpinning this statement.
Through the generous contribution of RMIT University, ARMS is pleased to announce the 2021 RMIT Paul Taylor Awards for Excellence in Research Management Practice. Nominations for the 2021 round are now open – Category 1 (Research Management Excellence) and Category 2 (Paul Taylor Medal).
Click here for more information about the award and how to nominate.
COVID-19 has changed the way we communicate, we work and we connect with one another on a daily basis.
ARMS has created this dedicated resource page as a support to you, our valued member. This resource page provides you with a snap shot of the many number of dedicated organisations out there to support you through these unprecedented times.
Expressions of Interest are currently being sought for members to serve on the Organising and Program Committees for the 2022 ARMS Conference which will be held in the later half of 2022.
If you have the commitment and drive to make a contribution to ARMS and are able to participate as a volunteer in committee meetings and related activities, we’d love to hear from you!!.
Expressions of Interest of due 8 October 2021.
To assist members in navigating through the new website and portal, the Executive Office has compiled a new Member's Portal Operational Guide.
Further your research management career and broaden your horizons.
Our membership spans across Australia, New Zealand, Pacific Islands, Papua New Guinea and Singapore as well as other locations around the world.