The International Network of Research Management Societies (INORMS) brings together research management societies and associations from across the globe. Its purpose is to enable interactions, share good practice, and coordinate activities between the member societies, to the benefit of their individual membership.
Each member society has its own distinct remit, constitution, membership and geographical base. The network enables the officers of the member societies to compare their national or regional issues, and to learn from each other. Through INORMS, we are able to transfer training course structure and content, adopt comparable support mechanisms, and jointly develop training materials.
INORMS Awards for Excellence in Research Management Leadership 2023
The INORMS Awards for Excellence in Research Management Leadership recognize outstanding examples of research management leaders who have made substantial contributions to the research management profession internationally. INORMS is now accepting nominations for the 2023 Awards. Member societies should submit their nominations by 1 August 2022.
INORMS 2023 opened!
The Southern African Research and Innovation Management Association (SARIMA) is pleased to announce that the Call for Abstracts for the 2023 INORMS Congress is now open! For Abstract Guidelines & Online Submission, please see the Congress website.
EARMA to host the 10th INORMS Congress in 2025
We are pleased to announce that the INORMS Council has selected the European Association of Research Managers and Administrators (EARMA) as the host of INORMS 2025. The INORMS Council discussed three excellent bids to host the Congress at its quarterly meeting on February 21, 2022, and selected EARMA’s proposal to hold the 10th INORMS World Congress in Madrid, Spain, in May 2025. Many congratulations to EARMA! We look forward to seeing everybody in Madrid in 2025, but please do not forget about INORMS 2023 Durban in South Africa first!
At the INORMS International Congress in May 2021, the Hiroshima Statement was formally signed by members of the INORMS Council. An initiative led by RMAN-J, the Research Manager and Administrator Network Japan, the Statement enshrines a set of 5 principles and responsibilities common to the collective memberships of INORMS member associations.
INORMS Sister Association Reciprocal Benefit Strategy (ISARBS)
ISARBS is a new initiative that allows participating members of the INORMS community of research management associations to benefit from discounted rates on certain events, publications and other products offered by other associations in the INORMS community.