January 7, 2020, by Rob Ounsworth
Research Strategy update – an invitation to join colleagues at faculty-based briefings
A series of Research Strategy briefings are being held across the University’s campuses to update researchers and all those dedicated to supporting the delivery of our world-class discoveries.
The briefings are being hosted at faculty level, underlining that communicating and engaging with all our researchers is central to our Research Strategy.
Each briefing will be hosted by the faculty’s Associate Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange and take place on the following dates:
Faculty of Arts
Professor Lynda Pratt
Faculty of Engineering
Professor Chris Tuck
7 February, 13 February
Faculty of Social Sciences
Professor Andrew Noyes
20 January, 22 January
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Professor Richard Emes
24 January, 31 January, 4 February
The briefings will be an opportunity for colleagues from across each faculty to hear about and discuss:
- your faculty’s priorities for research in 2020 and beyond
- progress of the University’s Research Strategy
- the support available to help deliver research
All are welcome. If you cannot attend a briefing related your faculty, please consider attending one of the other briefings.
There will be an open forum and Q&A to further explore these topics, with colleagues from Research and Innovation available to provide input.
Professor Dame Jessica Corner, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange, said: “The University is dedicated to the delivery of world-class research and committed to working with our researchers to enrich and strengthen this vision.
“As we reflect on 2019’s achievements and look forward to another remarkable year of discoveries at Nottingham, my colleagues across our faculties are ready to update you on the University’s Research Strategy. These briefings also underline our determination to hear and learn from the dedicated and exceptional people at school, department and faculty level who support our research, helping to ensure that our strategy is agile and evolving.
“Your knowledge, ideas and experience are essential in helping the University continuously develop a sector-leading environment and support for the delivery of discoveries that change lives.”