- International research capacity development
- Professional development in higher education.
- Postgraduate & postdoctoral researchers, doctoral supervisors & researcher managers
- Research culture & organisational change
Dr Julie Reeves has been a Researcher Developer since 2002. She received her doctorate from the University of Southampton in 2001 for research into culture and international relations, before working for the Civic Education Project in Belarus and Ukraine. Prior to joining the University of Southampton again in 2009, she was the Research Training Manager for the Faculty of Humanities, at the University of Manchester.
2018-2022, Julie was the Capacity Development Co-Investigator for BRECcIA-GCRF and is still reflecting on this incredible experience.
Julie was a key researcher and contributor to the Vitae ‘Researcher Development Statement and Framework’, and is a Vitae Researcher Developer Senior Fellow. She was an institutional peer reviewer for Human Resources Excellence in Research award (EC recognition for implementing the Researcher Development Concordat) from 2016 to 2021.
Julie has been a Co-convenor of Society for Research into Higher Education’s Postgraduate Issues Network since 2012, and facilitates the South East Researcher Developers network. In 2021, she founded ReMNet, the international Research Management Network.
She publishes and tweets, both rather irregularly (@JulieDReeves), and is a co-editor of the SAGE Success in Research series with Pam Denicolo, Dawn Duke and Alison Yeung - and from whom she learns loads!