REIS SEMINAR SERIES 1069-1: The Importance Of Your KE Activity And Funding Through Data

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This event is part of the REIS Seminar Programme series


Chris Talbot, Programme Manager, REIS
Steve Donnachie, Project Information Analyst, REIS

From: 6 Jun 2024, 2 p.m.
To: 6 Jun 2024, 3:30 p.m.
Location: ZOOM link will be sent after registration via ABW. Please search course code 1069., Online Event - Please see description

The course will explore how research, innovation, and other knowledge exchange activities undertaken by staff contribute to the University’s performance; and how they generate funding and further support for KE opportunities. It will focus on the importance of how your activity data is identified, and if reported can drive university performance in national league tables and how data can highlight underreported areas which could improve funding.

Learning Outcomes:

- Staff will develop an understanding of how their research, innovation, and KE activities help drive university performance, raise SU research profile and create further KE income to provide you further internal funding opportunities & support.
- Staff will develop an understanding of the importance of data and how this data is reported and used by the University and its funders

Contact: Steve Donnachie (Email:

Event created by: t.m.chambers