Are you a Research Management Professional aiming to enhance your leadership, management, and content skills to become a more effective research leader? Why not consider the ARMS 2022 Established Level Accreditation Program!!
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Applications close 1 June 2022.
Want to actively contribute to this year's conference program? Then why not consider submitting an abstract!
Abstracts are invited from across a broad range of sub-themes including research priorities; research funding challenges and opportunities; research workforce; and research infrastructure. Don't miss out on this professional development opportunity!
For more information on how to submit an abstract for the conference please click here.
Abstract Submissions Close Tuesday 7 June 2022.
Nominations are now open to ARMS research management leaders who have made substantial contributions to the research management profession internationally.
Nominations close 5 PM AEST, Friday, 17 June 2022. Enquiries may be directed to ARMSCOO@researchmanagement.org.au
The Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS) is pleased to announce the formal release of its latest online accreditation modules: 1.2- Sing and 1.2-NZ.
The Association of Australian Medical Research Institutes (AAMRI) and the Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS) are pleased to announce the release of their long anticipated Practical Guide to Support Research Integrity Advisors (RIAs).
The guide provides comprehensive information, resources and case study examples on elements that constitute high quality research; breaches of the Code; the role of the Research Integrity; suggestions for handling meetings and concludes with suggestions for managing issues of concern, including record keeping.
The Society is pleased to announce the release of the 8th annual ARMS Report to Members.
This report is a celebration of the many achievements of the ARMS community for the period ending 30 June 2021.
We extend our sincere gratitude to the members that contributed to the content of this report.
Announcing the Open Research Toolkit! Developed by the Open Research Working Group, comprising representatives of the Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS) and the Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL), to support Australasian institutions to implement or further develop open research policy, strategy and practice.
To assist members in navigating through the new website and portal, the Executive Office has compiled a new Member's Portal Operational Guide.
COVID-19 has changed the way we communicate, work and connect with one another.
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.
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.