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Research into action: Learning from REF 2021
Come and join us on Tuesday 6 July from 11.15 to 13.00 for our annual celebration of research engagement and impact across the University.
Our usual Research Engagement and Impact Awards have been postponed this year because lockdown disrupted so much activity. Instead we are taking the timely opportunity to reflect on our submission to REF2021, our impact case studies, and the work of some of our Early Career Researchers.
This online celebration will feature an overview of our REF submission and its strengths and highlights from Professor Dominik Zaum, followed by presentations and discussion of best practice case studies from REF across all our research themes. There will also be a discussion of how we can support engagement and impact in future as part of the new research strategy. We will finish off with the award of the 2021 Early Career Research Output Prizes.
Book your place now at the Research Engagement and Impact online celebration. A link to log in to the event will be sent nearer the time.
|1115||Welcome and Overview of REF Submission
Professor Dominik Zaum, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research & Innovation)
|1130||Impact case studies: Engagement as best practice|
|1210||Panel discussion: Pathways to impact – learning from REF 2021|
|1240||Engaged Research and Excellence: Following on from the REF
Professor Parveen Yaqoob, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research & Innovation)
ECR Output Prize Awards presentation
Prizes for Early Career Research Outputs 2021
- Agriculture, Food & Health: Az Alddien Natfji for his article, ‘Conjugation of haloperidol to PEG allows peripheral localisation of haloperidol and eliminates CNS extrapyramidal effects’, (Journal of Controlled Release 322 227-235)
- Environment: Gyorgy Geher for his article, ‘Coexistency on Hilbert Space Effect Algebras and a Characterisation of Its Symmetry Transformations’ in Communications in Maths and Physics 379, 1077–1112 (2020).
- Heritage & Creativity: Lisa Woynarski for her monograph, Ecodramaturgies: Theatre, Performance and Climate Change (Palgrave Macmillan, 2020).
- Prosperity & Resilience: Lisa Schopohl for her article, ‘Female CFOs, leverage and the moderating role of board diversity and CEO power’ in the Journal of Corporate Finance 101858 (2020) (with Andrew Urquhart and Hanxiong Zhang).