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  Research Impact: Evidencing the REF
14th July 2015, King’s House Conference Centre, Manchester

“In addition to noting these changes to behaviour, our study found a number of negative, perhaps unintended, consequences of assessing impact.” Dr Catriona Manville, Senior Analyst, RAND Europe

What to learn more about the impact of REF assessments? Join Dr Manville and over 270 registered delegates at the Research Impact: Evidencing the REF conference next week. We have limited places remaining, by attending this event you will gain practical guidance on the delivery of high quality submissions across disciplines and projects.

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Dr Steven Hill, Head of Policy Research, HEFCE

Dr Catriona Manville, Senior Analyst, RAND Europe

Professor Luke Georghiou, Vice-President for Research and Innovation, University of Manchester

Aaron Porter, Director of External Affairs at the National Centre for Universities and Business (NCUB); Associate Director (Governance) for the Leadership Foundation

Professor Michael Pidd, Professor Emeritus of Management Science, Lancaster University

Professor Brian Foster, Professor of Experimental Physics, Professorial Fellow of Balliol College, University of Oxford; Member REF panel B

Simon Tanner, Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College London

Benefit from an in-depth look at the plans for future REF exercises.

Practical guidance, advice and solutions to assist universities in improving the quality of REF submissions.

The impact of the Research Excellence Framework and how the assessment process will inform future submissions and assessment.

Learn how to best evidence impact, excellence and diversity across a variety of disciplines.

Examples of good practice and improvements for future REF exercises.

Insight into the intended and unintended consequences of the REF exercise.

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