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‘Pathways to Impact’ workshop - for second and third year Cambridge PhD students

last modified Feb 14, 2018 12:01 PM
We are very excited to offer cross discipline training on ‘Pathways to Impact’. This interactive workshop will be delivered by the ESRC, EPSRC and BBSRC University Impact Facilitators and will focus on practicing writing Pathways to Impact and reviewing good examples.

Date: Tuesday 20 February 2018
Time: 09.00 – 12.00
Venue: 17 Mill Lane, Seminar Room G

  • You will be given an introduction to Pathways to Impact (P2Is) – what they are, what they should include, what they shouldn’t include, etc. 
  • You will then be split into groups to look at an actual P2I and the Impact Summary. You will critique and feedback to the group.
  • The workshop will finish with a review of good P2I practice and then a Q&A session.

According to RCUK, “a clearly thought through and acceptable Pathways to Impact is an essential component of a research proposal and a condition of funding.” The ability to write a compelling P2I is an essential skill whether you remain in academic or choose another career path post-PhD.

Spaces are limited so if you are interested in attending, please let Dr Konstantina Stamati know at: ks712@cam.ac.uk 

An interdisciplinary centre providing research methods training to University of Cambridge staff and postgraduate students at MPhil and PhD level. Our courses cover qualitative, and quantitative research methods, from basic training to advanced statistical analysis.​

  • Basic Statistics
  • Specialist Statistics
  • Introductions to Statistical Software Packages
  • Elements of Social Science Research

A selection of our courses are also available to external participants.

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