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PGR Conference University of Roehampton 2016
Wed 12 October 2016, 09:30 – 17:30 BST
DOES YOUR RESEARCH HAVE IMPACT?
A one-day conference for post-graduate students to discuss thoughts and case-studies surrounding impact - organized by postgraduate research students. Everyone welcome!
FREE for Roehampton Students
£10 for Non-Roehampton Students (payable on the day of the event)
If there is one thing that all researchers have in common it is this: your work needs to have ‘impact’. The need to achieve impact applies to all academic disciplines and university departments, raising issues that every researcher needs to consider: What does ‘impact’ mean? How can you achieve it? And whether you are writing your project proposal, finalising your thesis or submitting a paper, impact is a key issue that will be used to evaluate your research.
We have an exciting line up of keynote speakers, student oral, poster presentation and Q&A discussion panels.
Dr Richard A Keogh: Research Impact and its implications: finding an approach that works
Prof Stephen Curry: What is the most impactful form of impact?
Free lunch provided and a wine reception will conclude the day’s events. Free for UoR students, £10 for non-UoR students
For more information, please visit https://pgrconference2016roehampton.wordpress.com/