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 Rebecca Adams

Rebecca Adams

Senior Impact and Partnership Development Manager - Advanced Engineering, Data, Energy and Mining

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 01392 726514

 Hope Hall 

 

Hope Hall, University of Exeter, Prince of Wales Road, Exeter, EX4 4PL

Role

Rebecca leads the Advanced Engineering, Data, Energy and Mining theme in Innovation, Impact and Business (IIB). She works closely with the senior management and academics in the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences on industry-related initiatives in her capacity as IIB College Business Partner.

Key specialisms - research

Rebecca works with her team developing industry partnerships in the above areas through research collaborations, such as:

  • Research projects with academics (including PhD projects both in the Centres for Doctoral Training and projects with individual academics)
  • Consultancy
  • Collaborations for grants

Key specialisms - education

Rebecca also works with her team developing industry partnerships in these areas in education:

  • Developing and partnering on degree apprenticeships
  • Placements
  • Guest lectures
  • Education projects and initiatives

Research

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Ward SL, Butler D, Adams R, O'Callaghan S, Warren N, Wickett M, Swire H, de Mora S, Uden C (In Press). Co-creating engaged research through research and development collaborations between Universities, large organisations and SMEs. Research for All
Ward S, Butler D, Adams R, O'Callaghan S, Warren N, Wickett M, Swire H, de Mora S, Uden C (2018). Developing university-society partnerships with a focus on climate change impact research using the ‘business assist’ model. Research for All, 2, 163-174. Abstract.  Full text.

Publications by year


In Press

Ward SL, Butler D, Adams R, O'Callaghan S, Warren N, Wickett M, Swire H, de Mora S, Uden C (In Press). Co-creating engaged research through research and development collaborations between Universities, large organisations and SMEs. Research for All

2018

Ward S, Butler D, Adams R, O'Callaghan S, Warren N, Wickett M, Swire H, de Mora S, Uden C (2018). Developing university-society partnerships with a focus on climate change impact research using the ‘business assist’ model. Research for All, 2, 163-174. Abstract.  Full text.

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