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Membership

A member can be anyone whose research, activities and/or network will contribute in a positive way to the development of the research within CeMEB.

An applicant will first be invited by the Steering committee to participate at a CeMEB Assembly before applying for membership. Full membership can only be considered for researchers from the University of Gothenburg. Other members will be regarded as Associated members.

If you would like to know more about CeMEB or how to become a member please contact Eva Marie Rödström.

Below you can find the conditions and terms for becoming and holding a membership  of the Linnaeus Centre of Marine Evolutionary Biology (CeMEB).


Expectations

All members of CeMEB, both full members and associated, are expected to:

  • Participate at the CeMEB Assemblies. If you are away for more than two Assemblies in a row, a polite request about your intentions and engagement will be sent.
  • Respect the open communication within CeMEB and at the CeMEB Assemblies, and agree that any information presented at an Assembly meeting, whether in a formal talk, a poster session, or in a discussion, is a private communication from the individual making the contribution and is presented with the restriction that such information is not for public use. Prior to quoting or publishing any such information presented at an Assembly in any publication, written or electronic, written approval from the contributing member must first be obtained.
  • Actively contribute to the development of a creative and open atmosphere within CeMEB.
  • Take initiatives and suggest activities to strengthen the research within CeMEB such as workshops, seminars, courses, collaborative projects.
  • Take initiatives to apply for funding of joint activities.
  • Promote CeMEB in the scientific community as well as in society as such.
  • Acknowledge CeMEB in publications and presentations when appropriate.
  • Follow “Good Research Practice” suggested by the Swedish Research Council (VR). http://www.vr.se/download/18.3a36c20d133af0c1295800030/Good Research Practice 3.2011_webb.pdf
  • Allow us to publish your names and contact details on the CeMEB webpage.

Full members are in addition expected to:

  • State the association to CeMEB on your personal homepages and link to CeMEB’s homepage.
  • State association to CeMEB when register relevant publications in GUP – Gothenburg University Publication database.

Associated members are in addition encouraged to:

  • State your association to CeMEB on your homepage and link to the CeMEB webpage.

Benefits

All members of CeMEB, both full members and associated, will be able to:

  • Benefit from being part of a creative, dynamic and open research community.
  • Develop new ideas and collaborations within CeMEB and the CeMEB network.
  • Participate at the Assemblies without extra costs.
  • All PhD students and postdocs can participate in CeMEB funded activities, such as PhD courses and seminars.
  • Use CeMEB information material.

Full members may also:

  • Apply for CeMEB funding from the pot of strategic money.
  • Apply for other support that might be advertised, i.e. mobility support.
  • Use the CeMEB logotype.

Associated members are invited to:

  • Apply for CeMEB strategic money together with a full member.
  • Apply for other support that might be advertised, i.e. mobility support together with a full member.

Application

An applicant from the University of Gothenburg should state in the application if his/hers application is only for him/her or for his/her research group (and describe and define the group) and motivate the application accordingly.

Single persons can of course also apply for membership regardless of if they are PhD students, researches, or professors.

Members that want to increase his/her group have to notify the Steering committee for approval.

An applicant from the University of Gothenburg can either apply for full or associated membership.

Applicants from outside the University of Gothenburg have to apply in person for him/herself. If several persons from the same research group would like to join, one and each have to apply in their own person.

For applicants outside the University of Gothenburg it is mandatory to apply for associate membership.

An applicant can be anyone whose research, activities and/or network will contribute in a positive way to the development of the research within CeMEB.

An applicant will first be invited to participate at a CeMEB Assembly before applying for membership.

The minimum requirement for staying as a member, either full or associated, in CeMEB is to participate at the Assemblies and not miss more than two in a row. If a member has not participated in two consecutive Assemblies he/she will be contacted with a polite inquiry about his/her future intentions for being a member.

/CeMEB Steering Committee, 29th February 2012
 


 

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