Plymouth Marjon University is excited to annouce we will be hosting Research, Impact and the UK Parliament: March 2018, by UK Parliament Education & Engagement Service
To register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/research-impact-and-the-uk-parliament-march-2018-plymouth-tickets-41274425919
How can your research be heard in the UK Parliament?
The UK Parliament uses research and academic knowledge to inform scrutiny and legislation.
Academics can help to ensure that the decisions that affect people’s lives are taken with the best available evidence.
This training event is interactive with plenty of opportunity for discussion and questions. A networking session with refreshments is included. After the training you will:
Using Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology research into the 2014 REF case studies, this event will also discuss how academics are having impact in Parliament and give practical advice and information about how to get involved.
There is an attendance fee of £40, including VAT. If this fee is a barrier to your attendance, please contact us; we may make exceptions in some circumstances.
Please note that this event is aimed at academics and researchers. If you would like a free community workshop about how the UK Parliament works and how you can get involved, please contact the Outreach and Engagement Service directly or complete our Community workshop booking form.
Any queries may be addressed to the Houses of Parliament Universities Programme at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0207 219 8711.
The sessions are:
Welcome; Professor Andrew Edwards, University Director of Research.
Research, Impact and the UK Parliament; Tomas Williams, Senior Community Outreach and Engagement Officer.
Building impact for REF2021 submission; Professor Andrew Edwards & Dr Tomasina Oh.
The Marjon Conference 'Research Informed Teaching' 2017
Professor Rob Warner, Vice-Chancellor
Research informed teaching
Dr Pauline Hanesworth, Higher Education Academy
Breaking down the barriers: considering the research-teaching nexus