The White Rose Libraries is a collaboration between the Library Services of the three partner institutions of the Consortium. Taking advantage of the geographic proximity of the universities, their similar strategic and operational focus as large research libraries, and the existing links between their researchers, students, and staff, the White Rose Libraries have worked together [...]
Welcome to White Rose
Welcome to The White Rose University Consortium – A strategic partnership between 3 of the UK’s leading research universities, Leeds, Sheffield and York.
Since 1997 the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York have built on their individual strengths by collaborating through the White Rose University Consortium to add value from partnership activity in research, enterprise, innovation and learning and teaching. Working with a range of partners from the private and public sector, both in the UK and overseas, projects to the value of over £130M have been secured into the Universities. As the Higher Education sector undergoes numerous changes and challenges, our commitment to creating exciting collaborations remains and we continuously strive to achieve our aims of supporting research, knowledge exchange and teaching and learning.
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News & Events
Celebrating International Women’s Day 2015
Ninety guests were welcomed by the Lord Mayor of Sheffield, Cllr Peter Rippon to Sheffield Town Hall to celebrate International Women’s Day 2015. Our theme this year was Closing the pay gap: networks as a driver for change and for the first time, this was a shared event between the University of Sheffield and Sheffield [...]
News – Funded PhD Studentship opportunity
Sheffield The School of Health and Related Research is now advertising a funded PhD Studentship opportunity with the White Rose network and within our work with the CLAHRC Y&H programme (Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care for Yorkshire & Humber, www.clahrc-yh.nihr.ac.uk) This opportunity offers the very best postgraduate students the chance to [...]
2015 BioSynergy Conference
Co-hosted by Bionow and Science City York and in partnership with DEFRA, this one day conference will bring together businesses, academia and experts in the life sciences community to inspire your business for further growth and connect with peers and key contacts throughout the industry, enabling you to identify and meet with potential partners. Conference [...]
Public Lecture: Why Did Scientists Come to Write Autobiographies?
We would like to invite researchers to attend a free public lecture on Friday 6 March 2015. The best-selling scientific autobiography is a relatively recent thing. In this lecture, Professor Graeme Gooday asks why scientists began to write autobiographies in the early twentieth century. The celebrity scientist publishing a best-selling autobiography is a more recent [...]
The History and Future of Rationing workshop
The Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied Centre at the University of Leeds is pleased to invite researchers to attend a one-day interdisciplinary workshop on ‘The History and Future of Rationing’, to be held in Leeds on Wednesday 25th March 2015. Forming part of a wider AHRC-funded project Climate change, ethics and responsibilities: an interdisciplinary approach, this workshop [...]
News – Collaboration Fund Call Open
We are now welcoming applications to the latest round of our Collaboration Fund. This fund is designed to be a catalyst for strategic collaborative projects and we especially welcome applications from early career researchers or academics who have never been a PI before. We feel this is an ideal opportunity to expand your academic networks [...]
White Rose Studentship Networks
We have the aspiration that funded networks will act as platforms for future funding bids. We therefore advise applicants to consider how the Studentship Network will align with opportunities from funding bodies (for example the Research Councils’ priorities) and to include this information in the proposal. You can see more information about the scheme here
Launched in October 2008 and designed to support emerging collaborative activities across the three White Rose universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York. We run two rounds a year, in Spring and Autumn and award up to £11,000 per project with a total of 8 projects being awarded each year. You can either see more about the fund here or Dr Nadia Gopichandran will be happy to help with any queries.