Throughout the week, staff will have the opportunity to attend a range of events to help further understand what KE is and hear best practice case studies from academics in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences who undertake valuable KE training and activities.
Dr Kate Woodthorpe, Director of Knowledge Exchange for the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, who is leading on the KE Showcase Week, says:
There is a lot of excellent Knowledge Exchange work happening in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Science, and this KE Showcase Week is an opportunity to share that work and learning, and to demonstrate the potential of KE as part of an academic career to colleagues.
We have put together a range of events throughout the showcase week to show what KE means and how you can develop that strand of an academic career. The week is focused around HSS work and aimed at HSS colleagues, but the events are open to all staff across the University who want to learn more about KE and its potential.
Please make sure to register for events, and you will then be sent a zoom link to join the session. All online sessions will be recorded and put on the HSS KE webpage, but to get the most out of them we recommend that you attend the live event.
Full schedule of activities
Monday 17 October
11.15am - 12.05pm: What is KE? with Julie Morton, KE Manager in RIS, and Dr Kate Woodthorpe – online
12.05pm - 1.05pm: Getting involved in external Advisory Boards with Professor Harry Rutter, Dr Kit Yates, and Dr Simon Hayhoe – online
2.05pm – 3.05pm: KE across HSS: We don’t need to reinvent the wheel with Dr Punit Shah, Dr Sophia Hatzisavvidou, Professor Roy Maconachie, and Dr Kate Woodthorpe – online
Tuesday 18 October
11.15am – 12.05pm: Working with other research agencies: introducing NatCen with Dr Priya Khambhaita, Director of Health and Social Care at NatCen - In person CB 5.7
2.15pm – 3.05pm: Secondments and fellowships with Dr Jo Daniels and Dr Katie Marras – online
Wednesday 19 October
11.15am - 12.05pm: Embedding KE in the research lifecycle with Julie Morton, Sarah Jones, Dr Emma Gibbard and Dr Amy Birch, all from RIS – online
1pm - 1.20pm: Ignite+ Bitesize event: Intellectual property rights and commercialising your research with Phil Brown, Head of Technology Transfer in RIS – online
2.15pm - 3.05pm: Getting going with KE: building your networks and influencing policy with Amy Thompson, IPR Head of Policy Programmes and Communications, and Dr Kate Woodthorpe – online
2pm, 3pm and 4pm: 1:1 Stakeholder mapping sessions with Dr Emma Gibbard, Research Impact Manager from RIS – online
Thursday 20 October
9am, 10am and 11am: 1:1 Stakeholder mapping sessions with HSS KE Director Dr Kate Woodthorpe
2.15pm-3.05pm: Working within our local community: Developing Partnerships with Dr Elisabeth Barrett-Hacking, co-lead for the Bath Beacon ‘Living Well’ and Professor Fiona Gillison
The KE Showcase Week for HSS is being organised with the support of Research and Innovation Services (RIS) at the University of Bath.