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Knowledge exchange

Plymouth Marjon University submitted narrative statements to the first iteration of the Knowledge Exchange Framework exercise in October 2020. The KEF dashboards were published in March 2021.

Find out more through the links below about our knowledge exchange work taking place across the univeristy with a wide range of partners, organisations and communities.

Knowledge Exchange Strategy

Scroll down to download our:

  • Research & Knowledge Exchange Strategy 2020-25
  • Research and Knowledge Exchnage Annual Report 2019-2020 

Knowledge Exchange Framework

Plymouth Marjon University submitted to the first Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF) exercise in October 2020. The KEF is intended to increase efficiency and effectiveness in use of public funding for knowledge exchange, to further a culture of continuous improvement in universities by a package of support to keep English university knowledge exchange operating at a world class standard. It aims to address the full range of KE activities.

The KEF dashboards and narrative statements are now live on the UKRI website.

Maths for the Million

Find out more about the Maths for the Million Erasmus + project.

 

Student-led Knowledge Exchange

Find out more about Exploring the impact of student involvement in health and well-being clinics

Partnerships

Our knowledge exchange work at Plymouth Marjon University is developed through a variety of links and partnerships with a range of organisations and communities. The links below give just a few examples of the work being done across the university.

 

 

FLAVOUR Project

Plymouth Marjon University is part of  “FLAVOUR Project” part-funded by the INTERREG 2 Seas Mers Zeeën Programme. With the entire programme area struggling to prevent food waste and the number of people experiencing food insecurity increasing, the FLAVOUR project has been designed to tackle these challenges through the valorisation of food surplus whilst simultaneously creating jobs, pathways to employment and supporting people living in food insecurity. The project specifically intend to create new, socially innovative business models to make the interception and redistribution of surplus viable. 

 

A busy schedule of research events

The University is committed to supporting our researchers and offers a wide range of training & knowledge exchange events for postgraduate research students and staff. The Research & Knowledge Exchange Office is responsible for coordinating a programme of events split into four main series:

  • Academy Lecture Series: high-profile speakers from a range of disciplines, open to the public.
  • Brown Bag Series: an opportunity for staff and students to share and discuss their research. A great opportunity for PGR students and early career researchers to build confidence within an informal setting.
  • Research Developer Series: a wide range of training workshops including support with bids, statistical workshops, life after PhD and much more.
  • Research Supervisor Forum: support for PGR supervisors and a chance to share best practice.

Upcoming research events

Plymouth Oracy Project

Our Plymouth Oracy Project contributed towards the recent Oracy All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) Inquiry's interim report. Scroll down to download and read the report. For further information please visit the APPG website.

HE-BCI

Plymouth Marjon University submit data to the Higher Education Business and Comminuty Interaction Survey on an annual basis. Further details, including data, on the HE-BCI Survey can be found via the HESA website.