Making an Impact: Postgraduate Research Conference

Conference Programme

john-holdenKeynote Speaker: Professor John Holden

The Hepworth Wakefield Visiting Professor in the University’s School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies, Visiting Professor City University London, Hepworth Wakefield Trustee, member of Strategy Board of the Clore Leadership Programme, and the European Expert Network on Culture.

Professor Holden will draw on his extensive experience of culture and public policy to introduce the concept of ‘cultural value’ and what can be gained from reflecting on the wider impact of postgraduate research.

www.johnholden.info

Listen to the Keynote The Value of Culture

Conference Presentations

The following presentations delivered at the conference are now available for download:

SDDU workshop: ‘Envisage your impact’

The workshop will help you to begin the process of developing an understanding of the sorts of impact your research could have. The starting point for this thinking will be your own motivations and values, i.e. what impact do you want to have? Envisioning your impact is an essential first step before starting to think of actions or activities that may generate this impact. This process should also help you to decide how you may evaluate that the impact you want to achieve has occurred. The session will point you at resources and support available to you at the university and beyond that will help you on your journey to impact.

Research impact home page: http://www.sddu.leeds.ac.uk/research-innovation/research-impact/

Personalised support: http://www.sddu.leeds.ac.uk/research-innovation/research-impact/how-to-develop/bespoke-support-for-impact/  

Refreshments and lunch will be provided.

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