A sold-out symposium launching the CHEAD Research Alliance was held on Thursday 8th September at the Royal College of Arts, London. With keynotes from Professor Naren Barfield and Professor Greenhalgh, the symposium aimed to facilitate the development of a coherent strategic approach to REF 2021 for ADM research on behalf of our members. Kerstin Mey presented a roadmap for successful ADM research curation and David Cotterrell shared insights into a more rigorous Practice as Research (PAR). The symposium concluded with an interactive exploration of key strategic issues forming the first stages of collaborative development of an ADM research strategy for REF 2021 and there will be a follow-up at the next stage of the Stern REF Review.
“A helpful meeting—clear, informative talks and robust discussion”.
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Don’t miss the CHEAD Leadership Programme Seminar 4: Leading and Developing a Research Culture: November 9 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm