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3 March 2017

Public engagement as a pathway to impact - how to include public engagement in research grant applications
29 March 2017, 10.00 – 12.30, Seminar Room, Third Floor, Radcliffe Humanities Building

In this session we’ll look at the best ways to include public engagement as part of research grant applications. We’ll look at what the funders are looking for in terms of PER, discuss examples of successful grants to see what they did well and look at how to to improve the design of public engagement plans so that the review panels are impressed.

Impactful public engagement with research - how to plan it, how to report it
29 March 2017, 14.00 – 16.30, Seminar Room, Third Floor, Radcliffe Humanities Building

In this session we’ll be showing how to design public engagement activities to have maximum impact, and how best to record this for reporting. We’ll look at the ways in which PER activities have impact in society, and the types of evidence that you might need to collect if you need to prove this impact for internal monitoring, the REF, or as part of your grant reporting.

For Researchers and Academics

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