Impact and innovation are at the heart of BU’s research culture. But what is impact and how do we achieve it?
From Monday 23rd – Friday 27th May, a series of seminars and workshops will take place to explore the various pathways to achieving societal and economic impact. Attendees will explore methods for effectively engaging a variety of research users throughout the research process, and develop new ways to plan, deliver and evidence impact.
Events will take place at both Talbot and Lansdowne campuses, on the following topics:
- Research, engagement and impact
- Engaging with business for research impact
- Influencing public policy with research
- Using the media to generate research impact
- Collecting evidence of impact
- Celebrating research impact at Bournemouth University
Who should attend?
These events are aimed at all academic staff members, early career researchers, postgraduate students and professional services staff who support impact across the university.
Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from external impact specialists, to find out more about the support available at BU and to interact with colleagues wishing to share their experience and expertise.
Exact dates, times and full details of the events and how to book a place will follow soon.