Conference and Events 2021 Update

Cancellation of the 2021 ARMS Perth Conference

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant uncertainty, making planning and delivery for any in-person events very difficult. After much consideration, the ARMS Board has made the difficult decision to cancel the annual in-person conference in Perth for the foreseeable future. 

With this in mind, we still want our members and partners to continue to be active and engaged, even during these periods of adversity. Therefore, we have been forecasting a schedule of virtual events for 2021.


Virtual Events in 2021

In 2021, ARMS will be offering a range of events about current issues of interest in the research management profession. Here are some events currently planned for delivery: 

 

SAVE THE DATE! Friday 21st May 12:00PM - 1:30PM AEST

ARMS HOT TOPIC WEBINAR

90 MINUTE WEBINAR ON FOREIGN INTERFERENCE

 

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The requirements of the foreign interference legislation have introduced new monitoring and reporting requirements which many institutions are finding difficult to implement. This 90-minute webinar will feature a panel session that will focus on practical mechanisms that different universities are using to manage these requirements. The session will be of interest to Research Office Directors, senior Research office staff and others with responsibilities for managing foreign interference requirements.

Panellists to be announced soon!

 

12:00PM

Webinar Commences

(90 minutes)

Foreign Interference Panel Session

Panel focus:

1.      What are the real requirements to deal with foreign interference?

2.     How is the research sector managing foreign interference? How is this nuanced for different disciplines?

3.     How can we work with government to best manage foreign interference?

Panellists will also address questions from registrants collected prior to the webinar as part of the panel session.

Please forward your questions to grace.mulraney@flinders.edu.au.

13:30pm

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SAVE THE DATES! Thursday 24th - Friday 25th June

Maximising Partnerships between Research and Advancement to Increase Funding

 

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As research institutions plan for the future there is a need to diversify grant funding in an increasingly competitive environment. At the same time granting bodies and foundations are looking to collaborative models within and between institutions to maximise their research funding and create greater research impact. Research Offices and Advancement Offices are both engaged in attracting research funding into institutions. Although traditionally the two offices have operated independently, the changing landscape highlights the need for these offices to collaborate better to diversify and increase funding.

The Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS) and the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) are jointly hosting a two day workshop detailing how Research Offices and Advancement Offices can effectively work together to increase research funding. This inaugural joint event will include talks, panel sessions and case studies on effective collaboration, as well as being beneficial to senior leaders responsible for research and philanthropy, staff of Research Offices and Advancement Offices, College and Departmental staff responsible for attracting research funding.

REGISTRATION DETAILS COMING SOON!


SAVE THE DATE!

ARMS VIRTUAL CONFERENCE

3 DAY ONLINE CONFERENCE,  NOVEMBER 2021

 

Further information will be available soon - watch this space!

 

AEN 2021 Events Update

2021 AEN EVENTS UPDATE

Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19 pandemic the AEN Conference will be postponed and is expected to be delivered in 2022.

The health and wellbeing of our delegates and sponsors is our key priority, and the AEN Advisory Group are currently working on what events will be on offer for 2021/2022.

It is currently anticipated the AEN group will plan local events in July of 2021 to allow members a face to face connection in their state. Further information will be communicated to members and also published on the ARMS website when confirmed: www.researchmanagement.org.au

If you have any further event enquiries, please email grace.mulraney@flinders.edu.au