What is SRUK?
Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom (SRUK/CERU) is an independent and non-profit organisation without any political affiliation (see Byelaws). SRUK/CERU was created in July 2011 and officially established in June 2012. The Society has been formally incorporated under the Company House of England and Wales in July 2012 (Certified Registry #8160501). At present, we are applying for the status of Charity to the Charity Commission of England and Wales.
SRUK/CERU was created to promote communication within the community of Spanish Researchers working in the United Kingdom. This association also aims to help closing the gap between Scientists and the general public from British and Spanish societies. Moreover, SRUK/CERU seeks to develop collaborations between this community and Research and Development-related institutions and businesses in Spain and the UK. For further information, see Objectives.
This association has an elected Board of Directors. This executive committee represents the membership, pursues the aims of the community and defines the strategy plan to follow for the growth and consolidation of SRUK/CERU. For additional information, see Board of Directors.
SRUK/CERU has encouraged the communication between their members via the establishment of Regional Constituencies throughout the UK. Thus, the Society has pursued an open channel of communication within and between Constituencies, in order to keep everyone up to date as well as to address any idea or comment from the membership. For further information, see Constituencies.
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