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Researcher development programme

Training and support

The Researcher Development Programme encompasses workshops and roadshows that accompany the major external funding rounds (e.g. MBIE and Marsden) and offers a full range of opportunities to acquire fundamental skills to improve their effectiveness as researchers and develop knowledge of what it means to be a researcher within the New Zealand environment. The RDP has been guided by the VITAE Researcher Development Framework (RDF).  

Please note the courses listed below are the core aspects, therefore, not an exhaustive list.  You can register for all workshops and seminars through the POD Development Calendar.  

     Researcher Development Programme Against Vitae (RDF) Skills and Abilities

The diagram below cross references the seminars and workshops offered by the applicable skills and attributes within the four domains of the VITAE development framework.  Researcher Dev Programme Against Vitae.pdf (59 KB)

     Resources for Researchers

Massey University is committed  to ensuring that support, training, and resources are available to help students develop a community of best practice and reach their fullest potential.

Please refer to the Helpful resources and packages section for research resources and software packages available to Massey University students.

RDF RDF-Terms of Reference - RSNZ.pdf (72 KB)
MARSDEN FUND ROADSHOW Marsden Fund Roadshow.pdf (956 KB) Marsden Fund: RSNZ
MARSDEN FUND  Marsden Fund: Research & Enterprise
MARSDEN FUND: APPLYING FOR FUNDING The Marsden Fund: applying for funding
Perspectives from successful applicants and panel members

     Researcher Awards of the Year

The recipients of these awards epitomise our values of creativity, innovation and connectedness.

For more information on this year's winners, please visit Research Excellence Awards

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