Upcoming ARCC network events for early-career researchers - Knowledge exchange skills development, November 2017, Oxford & York

Adaptation and Resilience in the Context of Change (ARCC) network: Knowledge exchange skills development workshops for early career researchers

Early career researchers are invited to two events in our series of workshops looking to develop KE skills to enhance impact; engaging effectively with stakeholders, and exploring novel approaches to communicating research.

Stakeholder engagement to maximise impact, 2&3 November 2017, Oxford

This workshop aims to strengthen the skills needed to initiate and develop effective dialogue with stakeholders throughout a research programme, from the initial approach through to co-delivery of results. Join us to consider how best to promote understanding, uptake and use of your research outputs. More information and registration: https://stakeholder-engagement-to-maximise-impact.eventbrite.co.uk

Showcasing research to promote impact, 15&16 November 2017, York

As the head of the new UKRI, Sir Mark Walport’s initial public statements have articulated that success will be measured through the impact it delivers.  For you as researchers, you will increasingly be called upon to deliver your results to non-academic audiences, and this is more than the papers you publish in journals.  Join us at this workshop to discuss what impact really is, and how you can achieve it across the duration of your research. More information and registration: https://showcasing-research-to-deliver-impact.eventbrite.co.uk

Both events are for ECRs working on adaptation and resilience in the built environment and infrastructure sectors. There is no charge for participating in either workshop, but registration is essential and places are limited to 20 for each event.

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