The ability to demonstrate the potential benefits of your research beyond the academic sphere (for example, the socio-economic, cultural or health benefits) has become an increasingly important skill for a researcher to develop. This session will explore fully the meaning of impact its significance to your research.
Facilitator: Dr Debra Cureton, Doctoral College
|Wednesday 29th November 2017||10-12pm||MD165|
|Thursday 12th April 2018||2-4pm||MD165|
Engagement, influence and impact (D)
This domain contains the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to engage with, influence and impact on the academic, social, cultural and economic context.