Since the early Nineties, I have been working on international projects and have been a member in international networks and consortia. I have lived and worked in a number of European countries and have a strong track record in cooperating with different actors in successful ways. I am employed as Senior Adviser for Internationalisation at NOVA. This position entails informing and supporting colleagues at all levels in developing their research proposals as well as assisting (incl. budgeting) and guiding them in making applications for funding in response to calls in international programmes, e.g. Horizon 2020. In August and September 2014, I worked for the European Commission as Evaluation Expert (evaluation of proposals on calls in Horizon 2020, SC6). In addition, I am the Project Leader for NOVA’s PES Framework contract (since 2009) and the Project Manager for the FP7 SSH collaborative research project DISCIT (since 2013) and the Horizon 2020 project NEGOTIATE (since 2015).
Administrative field of work
DARE – Dialogue on Radicalisation and Equality
The project investigates how young people aged between 12 and 30 respond to messages and agents of radicalisation.
Making Persons with Disabilities Full Citizens (DISCIT)
DISCIT aims to produce new knowledge enabling Member States, affiliated European countries and the European Union to achieve full and effective participation of persons with disabilities in society and economy.
Negotiating Early Job Insecurity and Labour Market Exclusion in Europe (NEGOTIATE)
NEGOTIATE is a research project examining the long- and short-term consequences of job insecurity and labour market exclusion of young people.
IMPACT OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES FOR A EUROPEAN RESEARCH AGENDA – VALUATION OF SSH IN MISSION-ORIENTED RESEARCH1RETHINKING SOCIETAL IMPACT – COLLABORATION WITH STAKEHOLDERS.
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Uhrig, Bettina (2020). Introduction to impact in the context of EU Framework Programmes for Research and Innovation. Relevance of research for society. University of Udine.
Uhrig, Bettina (2020). Dissemination and Impact - Reflections and experiences from other EU projects at OsloMet. DigiGen Kick-off. OsloMet LUI.
Uhrig, Bettina (2019). Working with impact - A research management perspective. Methods & Instruments for Assessing the Societal Impact of Research. AESIS - Network for Advancing & Evaluating societal impact.
Uhrig, Bettina (2019). The European Union in Times of Crisis: Internal Challenges and a Changing Global Order - Understanding the Role of Officials and Experts in EU Institutions. ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE. ECPR - European Consortium for Political Research.
Uhrig, Bettina (2019). Understanding causalities, correlations and pre-conditions for the different dimensions of societal impact of science - How can (research)management adjust policy and strategy to help researchers and stimulate impact? . Impact of science. AESIS - Network for Advancing & Evaluating societal impact.
Uhrig, Bettina (2019). DARE’s Impact Work. DARE Policy Forum. DARE project.
Uhrig, Bettina (2019). AESIS and EARMA: Lobbying Impact. 25th Annual EARMA Conference SUPPORTING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE FOR RESEARCH. EARMA - European Association of Research Managers & Admin..
Uhrig, Bettina (2019). DARE - Dialogue About Radicalisation and Equality - presentation together with Ajmal Hussain, University of Manchester, UK. EC Workshop on Radicalisation: EU-funded projects tackling ideology and polarisation. European Commission.
Uhrig, Bettina (2018). Rethinking societal impact – collaboration with stakeholders. Pathways to impact from SSH research. EU Presidency Austria.