Events Calendar
May 14
All day
2018 Maximise your Research Impact Conference

This year's conference will feature:·         

Keynote speaker- Professor John Goddard OBE·         

Cross-disciplinary Workshops for Impact Case Study development and peer feedback·         

Expert Panel - Social Sciences, Sciences, Arts and Humanities·         

Office for Scholarly Communication Sessions on Embedding Communication and Dissemination in Your Research Project and communicating with Specialist audiences·         

Information Marketplace - Vertigo Ventures, Scival/Scopus, Open Access and more...·         

There will also be an Impact Poster Competition sponsored by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research-Innovation and a closing drinks reception.  Register now at:  https://maximise-your-research-impact-2018.eventbrite.co.uk  (Lunch and coffee/tea will be served)

About  Keynote speaker  - John Goddard:John Goddard OBE is Emeritus Professor at Newcastle University and Special Advisor to the Vice Chancellor and President.  He founded and led the Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies (CURDS) and was subsequently appointed Deputy Vice Chancellor with special responsibility for city and regional engagement. His work focusses on the links between higher education and territorial development policy and practise. He led the OECD programme on universities and city and regional development published as Higher Education and Regions: Globally Competitive, Locally Engaged. His recent publications include:  a NESTA Provocation Re-Inventing the Civic University; The University and the City, which looks into the university from outside and The Civic University: The Policy and Leadership Challenges which considers how universities can best manage engagement with civil society globally and locally. Building on this body of work John now advises many universities, public authorities and international bodies on how to mobilise  higher education for the public good and is Vice Chair of the UK Commssion on the Civic University headed by Lord Kerslake, former head of the Civil Service.More about him is here:  http://www.ncl.ac.uk/gps/staff/profile/johngoddard.html#backgroundFor more information please contact:  researchimpact@kent.ac.uk

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Location

Woolf College
United Kingdom
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Details

Open to All Staff and Postgraduate Students,

Free



Contact: Claire Perera
E: c.perera@kent.ac.uk
T: 01227 826595
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