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25th November, 2020

Thinking about Leadership Read more

Over the next few months I will be spending some time thinking. Thinking on my own and thinking with other people. Thinking about what might be coming next. Things are very hard at the moment and things are changing. The world is changing, and it will be permanently changed by what is happening globally.  I […]

Dr Rebekka Kill

25th November, 2020

Making sure that inclusive knowledge exchange projects payoff Read more

How do you think about the payoff from your projects?  Perhaps, if you’re an academic, you’ll think about the REF-style ‘impact’ of a research project – the significance and reach of which measures its utility outside of the research community. If you’re used to developing social or cultural projects you’ll be thinking about the effect […]

Dr Mark Gray

5th November, 2020

An Adventure toward Equity in Higher Education and Research Read more

Is this a moment in history when there is just no appetite for an adventure? As the sun streams in through my living room window, it’s almost possible to forget that we are preparing for winter and yet another lock down, which may further buffet our already fragile existence in and outside of the academy. […]

Pauline Rutter

4th November, 2020

Hardcore Continued Read more

About halfway through my PhD at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, in 2015, I was Researcher in Residence at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, supported by Creativeworks London, AHRC and European Development Fund. One output was a short series of essays to accompany the ICA’s archival exhibition, Shout Out! Pirate Radio in the […]

Will Dutta

6th October, 2020

Place versus digital: always at odds? Read more

There is no denying that ‘place’ is the theme of the moment in knowledge exchange. Research England has asked universities to discuss their local and regional delivery and impact in narratives for the KEF, place-based funding initiatives in KE (like the SiPF) are underway and more are likely to come along soon, and the theme […]

Dr Mark Grey

3rd September, 2020

Responding to BEIS R&D Roadmap survey Read more

During Summer 2020, government department BEIS set out their R&D roadmap and opened a consultation asking for responses to the following set of questions about the future direction of research in the UK. The questions were as follows:  How can we best increase knowledge and understanding through research, including by achieving bigger breakthroughs?  How can […]

Evelyn Wilson, Director TCCE

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