Partnerships, Knowledge Exchange & Impact – online information sessions
A series of sessions exploring the value and impacts from academic collaborations with partner organisations by focussing on case studies of successful partnerships from across the Humanities disciplines.
- Event Time
- 25 Mar 12:30 - 25 Mar 13:30
- Event Location
- Event Type
A series of sessions exploring the value and impacts from academic collaborations with partner organisations by focussing on case studies of successful partnerships from across the Humanities disciplines. Each event is led by a different Humanities School but all are open and designed to be relevant to attendees from any discipline in terms of exploring partnerships.
SoSS-led event - Hear about how the Law & Technology Initiative was set up to facilitate collaboration in research and teaching between the university and practitioners.
Colleagues from the Business Engagement & Knowledge Exchange (BEKE) team will present an overview of the various mechanisms for industry-academic collaboration that they support. This event will outline how the development of Law & Technology Initiative consortium model was established, Dr John Haskell will describe how it is impacting teaching and research activity and representatives of founding partner DWF LLP will talk about how and why the company is building a strategic relationship with the university. Read here how this platform of activity has enabled delivery of an international collaborative workshop and its impact on teaching on the Law degree pathways.
· Welcome – Head of School/School BE Lead
· Overview of Business Engagement & Knowledge Exchange
· Outline of partnership activity from academic speaker
· Partner perspective – how and why DWF established a partnership with the university
· Discussion (exploring the benefits/impacts/challenges of the collaboration, including audience Q&A)
Following the main session will be a 30 minute clinic where BEKE colleagues will remain online to answer specific questions on partnerships, engagement mechanisms and the support available.
To register, or if you have any questions, please email Rachel.firstname.lastname@example.org
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