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DOCking Station's pathways to impact workshop

When May 20, 2015
from 05:00 PM to 07:00 PM
Where B4, Dept. of Criminology, Sidgwick site
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Government research councils and other funding bodies increasingly have expectations that the research they fund will deliver economic, social or cultural impact as well as academic reach. This workshop will be an opportunity for you to explore ways in which your research could have an impact outside of academia. Nicola Buckley, Cambridge University’s Head of Public Engagement, will start the evening with an exciting presentation on the pathways to impact. After this, you will have the opportunity to apply what you have learned to your own research in short workshop sessions. There will also be a chance to network with like-minded early career researchers over wine and nibbles. This event is free for all early career researchers (Masters students, PhDs and post-docs) at Cambridge University. To register please go to Please register early to avoid disappointment as previous events have been oversubscribed. If the event is oversubscribed we will operate a waiting list. Registration will close on the 18th of May.

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