Surveys open for researchers

Researchers are encouraged to give their views about their career experiences and development at Leeds, in one of two national, online surveys.

The Careers in Research Online Survey (CROS) is a national survey open to all the University’s 800 researchers. Questions are divided into six categories, including ‘Recognition and Value’ and ‘Support and Career Development’, and the survey will take around 15 minutes to complete.

The second survey – the Principal Investigators and Research Leaders Survey (PIRLS) – aims to gather the anonymous views and experiences of research leaders in UK higher education. The last national survey in 2011 attracted more than 2,500 responses – around 40% of the UK’s research leaders.

PIRLS is open until the end of April and CROS until mid-May and if eligible, colleagues will receive an e mail inviting them to take part. If you have any queries about PIRLS please email Jim Baxter or Vicky Willett if your query is about CROS. 

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