A 'research culture' is the collective result of the way we think and feel and act. 

Our Culture is created by the choices we make and the way we behave towards each other, within our research institutions. It is also a product of how we engage and interact with others in our global research fields, interpersonally, or through the research discoveries and outputs we produce. Our Research Culture is strongly driven by the way we define, support, evaluate and reward success in research, and who we recognise as having contributed to that success. 

For the programme this month, the Research Culture Team are sharing updates on Research Culture at the University of Glasgow. Below are events and initiatives for all members of the research community. 



What is Good Practice in Research?

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