These pages aim to provide principal investigators and research managers with information that will help them manage and support research staff at LSE effectively and efficiently.
The Missenden Centre is hosting Missenden Masterclasses
in April and May 2013, at which aspiring research pioneers will get intensive support to convert their ideas into successful applications for funding.
Principal investigators lunch, hosted by LSE's Teaching and Learning Centre: This networking lunch offers principal investigators new to the role the opportunity to discuss various aspects of their role with others. If you are leading a research team for the first time, or considering the impact of your research project are not sure where to start, this session will introduce you to where you can find appropriate support within the School. It will also provide a brief introduction to the resources that are available in relation to implementing the Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers. Details of the lunch are yet to be announced, so please watch this space ...
Academic and professional development programme for research staff
: This series of interdisciplinary workshops, developed in line with Vitae's national Researcher Development Framework, is designed to help staff make the most of their research and strengthen its impact both within and beyond the academic world. Bookings for the 2012/13 programme are now open and we hope that research staff across the School will encouraged to attend.
Careers in Research Online Survey (CROS)
CROS surveys the views of researchers on how well their employer supports their professional and career development. The purpose of CROS is to provide information to enable LSE to review its policies and practices in relation to researchers' employment, training, career development, supervision, communication and other support processes.
LSE last participated in CROS in May/June 2009 (when some of the included questions were designed specifically to gauge institutional compliance with the Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers) and previously in 2003, 2004 and 2006. It will be participating again in 2014.