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Demonstrating Research Impact: University Graduate College Lunchtime Sessions
Domain: D2 Communication and dissemination

Demonstrating Research Impact: University Graduate College Lunchtime Sessions

The assessment of research impact is a new feature in the Research Excellence framework. Unlike previous years, the REF provides significant additional recognition where high quality research has contributed to the economy, society, public policy, culture, the environment, international development or quality of life.

The University Graduate College is running a series of sessions aimed at postgraduate researchers that aim to demystify impact and discuss how it can be demonstrated. At each event a panel of researchers from within the discipline grouping will discuss their own research impact. Lunch will be provided.

1. Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Monday 30 June, 12.30 – 1.30pm, Committee Room 1, Glamorgan Building:
o Dr Andrea Collins (CPLAN)
o Prof Sioned Davies (WELSH)
o Prof Justin Lewis (JOMEC)

2. Biomedical & Life Sciences, Wednesday 9 July, 12.30 – 1.30pm, 1.01A & 1.01B, Hadyn Ellis Building:
o Dr Isabelle Durance (BIOSI)
o Prof James Murray (BIOSI)
o Dr Maggie Woodhouse (OPTOM)

3. Physical Sciences, Wednesday 16 July, 12.30 – 1.30pm, Central C/1.10 & C/1.11, Queens Buildings:
o Prof Roger Falconer(ENGIN)
o Prof Paul Harper (MATHS)
o Dr Carole Tucker (PHYSX)

Postgraduate Researchers click the links above. Research Staff can also attend, please email to request a place.
(you are able to attend more than one session if intrest.