Register now for 'Celebrating Engaged Research' event: 5 Nov

Celebrating Engaged Research is an annual public engagement showcase designed to recognise and celebrate the University’s high quality engaged research activities.

Taking place on Wednesday 5 November, 1.15–4.05pm, on level 2 of the Chancellors’ Building, the showcase will provide a great opportunity for researchers (including postgraduates) and professional services staff to network with others interested or experienced in engaged research.

Professor David Miller (Department of Social & Policy Sciences) will provide a keynote talk entitled: Challenging policy makers and democratic reform – an alternative kind of impact?

Alongside this keynote will be a variety of other activities including:

  • stalls showcasing engaged research from across the University;
  • ignite presentations of recent engaged research activities;
  • a postgraduate researcher panel session;
  • a thoughtpiece from Dr Paul Shepherd (winner of the Vice-Chancellor's Award for Public Engagement with Research) on the role of engagement in his professional academic identity;
  • plenty of time for Q&As!

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