[ASC-list] "Research staff" - who are they?

Kirsten Gottschalk kirsten.gottschalk at uwa.edu.au
Thu Jul 10 07:19:18 UTC 2014


Hi Tamzin,

I think it comes down to personal preference. I just tend to use 'researchers' to encompass all the people who aren't admin, communications or support staff. (I don't usually use research staff because that to my mind cuts out PhD students).

Cheers,
Kirsten

On 10/07/2014, at 3:16 PM, Tamzin Byrne wrote:

Dear ASC brains trust,

A question for y’all: in describing the staff who work in a research organisation, who falls under the ‘research staff’ umbrella?

Is it just those employed as qualified scientists? Or would you include lab technicians and PhD students as well?

And if not – is there another phrase which captures all those people whose work directly contributes to research outcomes?

I’m basically looking for a phrase to describe all those staff in a research organisation who are not in admin or support roles.

Thanks!
Tamz

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