Lunch with impact: Untangling impact in EPSRC applications
Understand what is required for the impact sections of applications to the EPSRC and explore successful examples.
Can’t tell your “Impact summary” from your “Pathways to impact”? Confused about “National Importance” or perplexed by “Academic beneficiaries”? Then this is the session for you!
Former EPSRC staff Nick Cook and Chloe Turner will be demystify the various impact sections and providing tips on what to put in each section. During the session we will also look at the impact sections of a successful grant application as an exemplar.
- 12:15-12.30 Lunch, networking and introductions
- 12:30-13:30 Presentation followed by Q&A discussion
All staff and students are welcome. Bring your questions, experiences and examples with you.
Lunch with Impact Workshops
This event is part of the Lunch with Impact Workshops series, funded by the University’s HEIF and EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account. The series supports staff in identifying, generating and evidencing impact from their research. Sessions are practical in nature, enabling attendees to apply the information, knowledge and tools to their own research.