AHSS Impact Conference

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Hadyn Ellis Building Lecture Theatre

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Join us for a celebration of research impact in the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Six researchers will share emerging impact stories and address a cross-cutting theme to share learning, with speakers Q&As and a networking lunch offering all staff the chance to get involved. Full details of the programme can be found below.


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12.30pm - Networking lunch, Hadyn Ellis foyer

1.00pm - Welcome and Introduction, Prof Gillian Bristow, Dean for Research, AHSS

1.05pm - Building interdisciplinary impact – challenges and opportunities of working across disciplines, Dr Pete Burnap, COMSC

1.30pm - Assessing impact – the view from a panel ‘user’ member, Richard Percival, LAWPL

1.55pm - Engagement AND impact – beyond dissemination, evidencing impact, Dr Andy Williams, JOMEC

2.20pm - Refreshment break

2.35pm - Learning to work with government committees – meeting the government thirst for evidence, Dr Madeline Carr, LAWPL

3.00pm - ECR and Impactful – challenges of building impact into a developing career, Ed Poole, LAWPL

3.25pm - Strategic partners in impact – collaboration with stakeholders towards a common goal, Dr Emrah Demir, CARBS

3.50pm - Wrap-up incl. Support available to generate impact, James Vilares, Research Impact Manager, AHSS

4pm - Event ends

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