The Research and Enterprise Offices are under the management of the Pro-Warden Research & Enterprise, Professor Mark d'Inverno, and implement the strategies and policies of the university's Research and Enterprise Committee.
Who we are
The Research Office is managed by Lynda Agili, Head, and comprises Justin Davin-Smith, Senior Research Development Manager, Emmy Gregory, Research & Enterprise Office Secretary, Karen Rumsey, Research Systems & Liaison Officer, and, Dr Muriel E Swijghuisen Reigersberg, Research Development Officer. Contact details.
Where we are
The Research Office is at Hatcham House, 17-19 St James, New Cross, LONDON SE14 6NW. Office location (link to Streetmap)
What we do
Research is at the centre of Goldsmiths and how we conduct it, fund it and disseminate our results is subject to both national regulatory frameworks, and those of funding organisations. The Research Office's function is to support the university's research staff in conducting its research and our broad areas of activity are listed below.
The Research team works closely with the Enterprise Office that supports a wide range of collaborations between academic staff and external partners to share, expand and enrich knowledge beyond the boundaries of academic and offer guidance on consultancy, contract research, collaborative research funding and IP management. Link to Enterprise Office.
Goldsmiths Research Online, GRO, http://research.gold.ac.uk/
GRO is an online repository of research publications and other research outputs conducted by academics at Goldsmith which have been made available to the general public. The repository is intended to provide long-term, public, free access to these materials on the web.
Some of the materials that make up the repository include:
Technologies describes some of the projects that meld human creativity with technological change. (Technologies (2009) downloadable PDF)
Impact stories: how Goldsmiths is making a difference.
Session led by Dr Muriel Swijghuisen Reigersberg, Research Office, and Andrew Gray, Library, providing guidance on how to maximise engagement with the Research Council UK’s and European Commission’s open access agendas. Goldsmiths’ is keen for its researchers to disseminate their research as widely as is possible, using the University’s repository: Goldsmiths’ Research Online (GRO): http://research.gold.ac.uk/.
Session led by Andrew Gray and Ozden Sahin, Library. While for some the memory of the last REF is just fading we also need to start looking ahead to the next REF in probably 2020. HEFCE recently made an announcement of how Open Access will figure and contribute to REF2020. This session will detail what the new Open Access requirements from HEFCE are, how they can be met and how the Open Access team can help.
To register: please email Karen Rumsey
Content last modified: 24 Oct 2014
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