19 Oct 2023 15:30 Rooms SG2, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge

Description

Speakers

  • Gilly Carr (Archaeology)
  • S J Fine (Philosophy)
  • Alexis Litvine (History)
  • Pauline Rose (Education)

Summary

Have you ever wondered how your research might have impact on the world beyond the academy? Join us at our upcoming gathering ‘The impact and innovation of research’ which will offer a unique opportunity to delve into the invaluable insights and experiences of esteemed academics who have effectively translated their work into real-world impact.

Topics covered include:

  • What impact is and how it relates to research
  • Pathways and routes to Impact
  • How research underpins real-world impact
  • How to define an audience
  • What success looks like

From ground-breaking research to influential initiatives, you’ll discover the strategies, tools, and approaches employed by renowned academics who have made a significant mark on society.

Supported by:

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If you have specific accessibility needs for this event please get in touch. We will do our best to accommodate any requests.

Programme

15:30

Introduction by Lucy Sheerman (Impact Facilitator, Arts and Humanities)

15:35

Welcome from Joanna Page, Director of CRASSH

15:40 - 17:00

Case studies from:

  • Gilly Carr (Archaeology)
  • S J Fine (Philosophy)
  • Alexis Litvine (History)
  • Pauline Rose (Education)

17:00 - 17:30

Question and answer session

17:30

Closing remarks

17:35

Networking and refreshments

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