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Fast Track Impact Workshop: apply by 16 February

This workshop, as part of the UCCRI Early Career Researcher Programme, is aimed at early-stage postdocs working within the remit of conservation, infectious diseases, or immunology.
When Mar 14, 2018
from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
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Impact has become increasingly important within academia, particularly with the next Research Excellent Framework approaching. A key focus is on how researchers are able to relate their work to a wide range of stakeholders, including industry, decision makers, the media and the public.

This professional workshop on Fast Track Impact will introduce participants to the idea of research impact, and how to convey their work to a wide range of stakeholders, including potential external collaborators, decision-makers, the media and the general public.

Participants will get:

  • full-day training on Wednesday 14th March
  • 275-page handbook for each participant
  • 100-page magazine and handouts
  • a five-step online follow-up course including written feedback and two one-to-one sessions per participant with a trainer over two months after the workshop. 

To be eligible, applicants must be:

A PDF of the call document can be found here.

Applications are to be completed online here by Friday 16 February.

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