Reconigition and Rewards

A 2023 guide from University of Gronigen on staff regognition. It describes several challenges in asessing faculty and emphasizes they will use a mix of quntitative and qualitative assessments.

Recognition & Rewards: scope for all talents of academics

A 2021 article from Erasmus University Rotterdam about how the university is changing its recognition structures, focusing less on individual performance in research and more on multiple career pathways where people can contribute.

VU Vision on Recognition & Rewards

A 2021 document from Vrije Univeriteit Amsterdam that outlines the institutions goals on research recognition. It ermphasizes quality, balance, leadership, and open science.

Research Assessment

An undated set of guidelines from ETH Zurich on how to assess research. It describes signing DORA and how it implemented its principles, notably by requiring qualitative criteria.

Exeter Academic: San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA)

This is a statement from the University of Exeter that it has signed DORA. To mark the signing, the University has instituted a network of DORA Champions in Colleges and Services to gather opinions and help embed the commitments into our daily working lives.

Keele University statement on Responsible Research Assessment

Keele University produced a statement on Responsible Research Assessment, acknowledging the benefits of bibliometrics, while being mindful of their limitations and misuses. The statement lays out eleven principles to guide assessments in the University.

U-M ADVANCE works to improve faculty diversity through hiring

In this news item, the University of Michigan describes the STRIDE Committee (‘Strategies and Tactics for Recruiting to Improve Diversity and Excellence’) which is an initiative to provide information, advice and workshops on practices that will likely maximize the chances of diverse, well-qualified candidates being identified and selected for faculty positions.