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Friday 21 May 202113.00 to 14.00

Dear PGR Students,

We, as researchers, do important work. We are managing multi-year projects while learning valuable skills. But have you ever wondered if there were opportunities to engage the wider world and increase the reach of your research, possibly positioning yourself for post-PhD life? Do you want to partner with other stakeholders who engage with similar issues but are not sure how to go about it or need more guidance on how to proceed with your ideas? If that sounds like you, then have we got something for you!

Generating impact as part of our research is an important part of what we do. Collaborating with others is a great way to put our research and project management skills to use. We have assembled an excellent panel to impart to us their expertise and experience in collaborating for impact. Please join us in learning how they went about fostering partnerships and finding opportunities to apply their knowledge.


Aleks and Will

Social and Historical Sciences PGR Faculty Reps

The following panelists will be joining the discussion:

  • Dr Mark Frost (History) - ‘War Memoryscapes in Asia Partnership’ and ‘Living with Violent Heritage: contests and coexistence in post-war Sri Lanka’ exchange with the British Academy
  • Osnat Katz (Science and Technology Studies) - UK Space History at the Science Museum
  • Nuoya Tan (Experimental Psychology) - Collaborative Social Science Research Domain’s PhD Coordinating Group)
  • Dr Helen Stark (Impact Manager, A&H + SHS)

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