Have you ever wondered how you can get your research in front of Parliament?

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Impact and Engaged Research Network: Skills for impact and engagement - Giving evidence to Parliament: Select committees and more

A Research Services research event
Date19 June 2018
Time13:00 to 14:00
PlacePhysics Building, Room 124, Streatham Campus

with video link to Exchange Yellow, Penryn Campus and South Cloisters 3.06, St Luke's Campus.

What is this event about?

Ever wondered how you can get your research in front of Parliament? Join us to hear from Professor Susan Banducci (Politics) and Professor Huw Williams (Psychology) as they tell us about their experience of doing just that: submitting evidence to select committees, giving evidence in person, and working with All-Party Parliamentary Groups.

Who should attend?

All researchers and Professional Services staff at the University of Exeter are welcome to attend.


The Impact and Engaged Research Network (IERN) is aimed at all academics and professional services staff who are interested in impact and engaged research. The Network brings them together to share best practice and information, to undertake training and to provide opportunities for networking.


Please use the online registration form to register your attendance. If you have any questions about the event please email research-events@exeter.ac.uk.

ProviderResearch Services
OrganizerResearch Services / Innovation, Impact and Business Events Team

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