Book your place | Research Transformed: Enabling our research to thrive into the future
Register now for our latest Leeds Conversation event to hear more about Research Transformed and how we are enabling our research to thrive into the future.
In his latest Inside Track, Professor Nick Plant, Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Research and Innovation, reflects on the need to continually develop our agility and flexibility as an organisation in response to the constantly evolving research landscape. “Our new University strategy places a premium on identifying our research strengths and then collaborating across disciplines to push the boundaries… Research Transformed is a chance for the university community to contribute to our vision for the next decade.”
Join us at our online event
Hear from Professor Nick Plant, Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Research and Innovation, Professor Simone Buitendijk, Vice-Chancellor, and colleagues from the research community, who will share more information about Research Transformed. This online event will cover:
- the research challenges ahead
- the vision of Research Transformed
- the five workstreams that will deliver Research Transformed
- timescales and next steps; and
- questions and answers.
We particularly encourage all members of the research community to join us at these events, but all interested colleagues are welcome.
Book your place
- Book your place, Monday 13 December
- Book your place, Wednesday 12 January
- Book your place, Tuesday 18 January
Don’t worry if you can’t attend a live event, a recording of the session will be shared shortly afterwards.
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