In July 2018, draft guidance and panel criteria for REF 2021 were published for consultation. This follows the Stern review, which made the following recommendation about public engagement: “Recommendation 7: Guidance on the REF should make it clear that impact case studies should not be narrowly interpreted, need not solely focus on socioeconomic impacts but should also include impact on … Continue reading “Consultation on REF2021 draft guidance and panel criteria: What does it say about public engagement?”
Month: August 2018
Economic Diplomacy and Connectivity: The Continuing Contribution of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)
by guest writer Professor Stefan Wolff Economic connectivity – reducing barriers to economic exchange and promoting economic ties – is often considered as an instrument to reduce confrontation, build confidence, generate synergies, and enhance co-operation between countries. With a view to further exploring both the opportunities and challenges associated with economic connectivity, the Office of … Continue reading “Economic Diplomacy and Connectivity: The Continuing Contribution of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)”
Lapworth Lates – a ROAR-ingly successful pilot…?
For a while I’d been thinking about how the public engagement with research (PER) team might create a novel platform event to bridge arts and science research / practice together in a creative, entertaining and educational way… I’m a big fan of the revamped Lapworth Museum of Geology (re-opened in June 2016 following a £2.7 … Continue reading “Lapworth Lates – a ROAR-ingly successful pilot…?”