The Building Impact Momentum programme takes participants through a process that starts with their initial research ideas and helps them to develop concrete ideas for impact and activities to achieve it. These could be applied within their current research project or written into a potential grant application.
It will be led by Dr Ged Hall (OD&PL), Dr Tony Bromley (OD&PL), Shauni Sanderson (Research Engagement, Research Quality & Policy) and Alistair Quaile (Impact Support Officer, Faculty of Medicine & Health) with contributions from the rest of the University’s impact community.
The programme has space for 15 researchers and is made up of 6 webinars, additional reading, partner work and impact practice. You will be asked for formative evaluation, during the programme, and a full summative evaluation at the end.
It is open to research staff, academic staff and professional support staff. If you are a member of professional support staff, you must have a live research project or grant application that you are supporting that you can work on during this programme.
Further details and expression of interest form (Opens in Sway). The deadline for expressing an interest is 5pm on 19th November 2021.
If your questions are not answered by the above Sway, then please email email@example.com .
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