Research and Knowledge Exchange environment
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Our supportive RKE environment
The University of Winchester is committed to providing a supportive environment in which researchers can flourish. Explore the many ways in which we achieve this.
Research Ethics and Integrity
The Research Ethics Policy and Procedures are grounded in the University’s three core values of Compassion, Individuals Matter and Spirituality; our policy enacts these values in relation to research. Our work places a strong emphasis on research integrity: researchers are expected to act with honesty, care and respect, in a transparent, rigorous and accountable way, guided by relevant legal and regulatory requirements.
The research ethics review process is peer-led, intended to be constructive and to strengthen research practice. We are committed to training, supporting staff and research students to consider research ethics and integrity throughout the lifecycle of a project, and promote researcher reflexivity.
Find out more about our Research Ethics
- Read our full Research Ethics Policy and Procedures
- Read the University's Ethics Annual Statement 2020-21
For queries regarding research ethics, contact Dr Samantha Scallan, Chair of University Research Ethics Committee.
Research integrity is overseen by Professor Emile Bojesen, Director of Research and Knowledge Exchange.
Research and Knowledge Exchange Support
The Research and Knowledge Exchange Centre develops RKE Strategy across the University, and coordinates the University's REF and KEF/HE-BCI submissions. Members of the RKE team work closely with colleagues across the institution as well as with external partners. The RKE Centre is proud holder of the Vitae HR Excellence in Research Award.
The RKE Centre provides support, development and administration in:
- External and internal funding for research and knowledge exchange activity
- Knowledge Exchange, including consultancy, contract research and collaborative projects with non-HE partners
- Research Ethics and Research Integrity
- Open Access publication
- Public Engagement with Research
- Research Degrees
Professor Emile Bojesen, Director of Research and Knowledge Exchange
Mark Baker, Knowledge Exchange Manager
Dr Kim Soin, Director of PGR Research
Research and Knowledge Exchange Strategy
The University has recently published its new RKE strategy for 2020 to 2030.
Research and Knowledge Exchange facilities
The University has been investing heavily in state-of-the-art research, teaching, innovation and knowledge exchange facilities.
Open Access Publication
Our Institutional Repository showcases the excellent research undertaken across the University, including prizes, output, projects and other activities. It alo features a world map visualising our international collaborations, which span the globe.