Mimir Andino Café: Scientific recognition and career incentives for researcher’s career

Yesterday took place the third edition of the conferences organised by the Mimir Andino project, ASCUN, the EU-LAC Foundation and OBREAL Global: the Mimir Andino Cafés.

This event moderated by Dr. Alfonso Parra, from the Universidad Antonio Nariño of Colombia focused on the topic of Scientific recognition and incentives for the researcher’s career and counted with the virtual presence of Elizabeth Colucci, project manager of OBREAL Global, Dr. Adrián Bonilla, executive director of the EU-LAC foundation and Dr. Sarah de Rijcke, deputy director of the Centre for Science and Technology Studies at the University of Leiden (The Netherlands).

During the discussion, the panellists had the opportunity to provide their perspectives on the different challenges a researcher faces in developing his or her career.

You can watch the recording of this event at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxnYvXyvjjs

About Mimir Andino – mimirandino.org

The MIMIR Andino project is primarily designed to help and encourage partner universities in South American countries to better understand the status quo of their research management approaches, from performance and evaluation to management structures and effectiveness.