The Exchange Symposium

Hosted by the Arts and Culture and Public Engagement with Research teams at the University of Exeter.

Date30 June - 2 July 2021
Time10:00 to 15:00
PlaceOnline via Zoom

Over this three-day event, we will share a number of examples of University of Exeter researchers collaborating with different communities on a huge range of projects. The common goal is to exchange knowledge and skills for mutual benefit.

The Exchange Symposium celebrates the positive influence of community and public involvement on university research.

Universities aim to tackle global challenges, and their research has a substantial impact on society – the COVID-19 vaccines being the latest example. But this work doesn’t happen in a vacuum. Research is highly collaborative, bringing together many disciplines, perspectives and experiences, and researchers are not separate from the society that they are working in and for.

 

Programme

Over this three-day event, we will share a number of examples of University of Exeter researchers collaborating with different communities on a huge range of projects. The common goal is to exchange knowledge and skills for mutual benefit.

The days have been arranged thematically and we hope you can join us for as much of the programme as possible –

• Wednesday 30 June – CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENT

• Thursday 1 July – HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

• Friday 2 July – PROCESS (HOW WE DO IT)

 

Registration

Registration is via Eventbrite and you must pre-register for this event.

Register for this event by clicking here.

Joining instructions will be sent out approximately 48 hours prior to the event.

Please email research-events@exeter.ac.uk with any questions.

 


ProviderGeneral University news and events
OrganizerArts and Culture and Public Engagement with Research
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Exchange_Symposium_2021_programme.pdfProgramme (5440K)

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