In-person session aimed at how academics at Queen's can engage with the Northern Ireland Assembly.
The Impact Acceleration Account Team are holding a series of training events to support the development of an impact culture, as part of our Impact and Engagement Academy.
This session, led by Eileen Regan (Senior Researcher, Research and Information Service (RaISe), Northern Ireland Assembly) will take place on Wednesday, 11 October in the Seminar Room (first floor), Research and Enterprise Directorate.
The session will include:
• 10.00am: Registration & Welcome
• 10.15am: Demystifying Policy and Law-making for Academics: NI Assembly Context
• 11.15am: Break
• 11.30am: Fit for Purpose Briefings for an Assembly Audience
• 12.00pm: Practical Exercise
• 12.30pm: Discussion
• 1.00/1.15pm: Close
Queen’s University Belfast has been awarded over £4m to accelerate the impact of our research across the world.
Known as Impact Acceleration Accounts (IAAs), this funding from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) will enable researchers at Queen’s to develop flexible, creative and tailored approaches to increase the impact of their research by building new, or developing existing partnerships locally and across the world. IAAs also enable us to build skills and to enhance a culture of knowledge exchange within the University by supporting academics to apply their research to everything from medicine to manufacturing, and education to the economy.
To find out about our IAAs and our Impact and Engagement Academy training please visit go.qub.ac.uk/queens-iaas
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