Knowledge Exchange at Sheffield
We define our mission as “the goal of changing the world for better through the power and application of ideas and knowledge”. This process involves partnerships with people and organisations beyond our walls; these partnerships are not one-way, and the insights that we gain from our partners stimulate and enrich the research we do, fuelling innovation and keeping our researchers in touch with the real questions and challenges faced by modern society.
Knowledge Exchange (KE) Delivery Teams:
Providing support for academics and researchers who wish to engage with external partners; they underpin and facilitate knowledge exchange between the University and external partners.
|Arts & Humanities||Amy Ryallemail@example.com||222 9709|
|Engineering||Erica Williamsfirstname.lastname@example.org||222 9727|
|Science||Science KE Team||scienceKE@sheffield.ac.uk||222 5078|
|Social Sciences||Social Sciences KE Teamemail@example.com||TBC|
|Medicine, Dentistry & Health||Sue Smithfirstname.lastname@example.org||222 8723|
|Partnerships & Regional Engagement||Chris Hillemail@example.com||222 1456|
Partnerships and Regional Engagement:
Supporting the implementation of TUoS 5-year KE Delivery Plan and providing guidance and support to academics, researchers and the KE Delivery Teams.
Working together, these teams are in place to respond flexibly and rapidly to requests for support in order to seize opportunities as they arise. These teams can help to:
• support the development of collaborations with internal and external partners for mutual benefit
• identify/validate pathways to impact for your research
• support the identification of and application for the resource needed to develop collaboration and impact activity
• evidence and communicate the impact your research makes
• identify and protect any intellectual property associated with your work.
|How to get support||
Are you looking for support or guidance to progress with an idea that involves knowledge exchange?
|Schemes & opportunities||
Click on the tabs below to find out more about the most common schemes and opportunities that are available to support knowledge exchange and impact. This is not an exhaustive list, please get in touch with your KE contact to understand what will work best for you and your research.