Register at: https://abw.swansea.ac.uk/BusinessWorld/
Kate Mahoney, Broad Associates
Tomos Watson, I & E Officer, REIS
Dr Kate Mahoney
Katy’s career portfolio includes managing a regional researcher development
programme for academics at 22 UK institutions; delivering coaching and training researchers online and face
to face across 7 continents; providing coaching to UKRI future leaders fellowship programme;
collaborating with UK Intellectual Property Office to deliver IP for research training to over 3000 UK based academics in the importance of IP in research. Her work has been recognised by Vitae – the world leaders in researcher development and the Royal Geographical Society
(RGS-IBG) in the form of fellowships.
Organised by Faculty of Science & Engineering Research Institute
Would you like an easier way to showcase your work to those outside of Academia? Would you like to know about other ways of sharing your research?
Would you like to improve your research communication to potential project partners, funders, grant holders and the public?
During this interactive and activity filled workshop we are going to ditch the journal and identify other ways to share your research. We will identify who is interested in your research, how to catch their interest and ultimately demonstrate the wider impact of the research you are conducting. You will engage in a research communication activity designed to make your research accessible to potential collaborators and the public.
This session is for researchers who are brave, tenacious and ready to push the boundaries of conventional thinking on research communication and impact. You will leave this session with a new understanding of research impact and a plan to put your new knowledge in to practice.
Key workshop themes:
Research communication; Public engagement activities; IP utilisation
Am I eligible?
To be eligible you need to be an Early Career Researcher (PhD researchers, postdocs or lecturers at the start of their careers) in any department in the Faculty of Science and Engineering. We encourage participation from every discipline.
Please contact Profs Cinzia Giannetti (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Mattie Carnie (email@example.com) if you would like further information regarding this event.
Contact: Tomos Watson (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)