How to: Knowledge Exchange
November 2021 TBC
Engaging in Knowledge Exchange activities during your PhD is a great opportunity not only to create impact with your research but also to expand the possibilities of your degree and shape it in a way that reflects your personal and professional aspirations.
There are so many different activities that you can design as part of this, from creating arts and cultural activities to delivering research consultancies and contributing to public policy.
In this session we are going to explore the KE opportunities available and hear from PhD colleagues in the consortium who are currently delivering a variety of KE activities as part of a NWCDTP or external placement scheme.
We will also hear from Prof. Jerome De Groot, NWCDTP Director, about his own experience with KE and the value it has brought to his career as an academic and HE professional.
PhD Guest Panel
Antony Hall (Media, MMU): “Moss Bothering” project with Gallery Oldham
Anne-Marie McCallion (Philosophy, The University of Manchester): “Diversifying and Widening Participation in Philosophy” project with the Diversity Reading List
Jack-Adler McKean (Performance, Royal Northern College of Music): “Documenting the low brass-wind collection” project with the Musikinstrumentenmuseums der Universität Leipzig
Martin Thompson (English and American Studies, University of Manchester): “Establishing the Potential Contribution of the Archives Sector to Governmental Health and Wellbeing Policy” project, with the National Archives (ESRC Policy Internship)
Date: November 2021 TBC