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30th June, 2015

Further workshop details:

Knowledge Exchange Hubs: What they are and how they work; featuring Creativeworks London as a case study

This session will look at the kinds of support that exists for knowledge exchange and research collaboration in the UK. Then, using Creativeworks London as a case study, it will explore the different ways in which research collaborations are supported across its three funded programmes, namely, Creative Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Researcher-in-Residence and the Creative Voucher Scheme.

  • Heather Williams (Knowledge Exchange Strategy and Development Manager, Arts and Humanities Research Council)
  • Lydia Fraser-Ward (Creative Director, Fantasy High Street)
  • Dr Peter Mitchell (Researcher, Queen Mary, University of London)
  • Dr Harriet Hawkins (Senior Lecturer, Royal Holloway University of London)
  • Rachel Lasebikan (Knowledge Exchange Coordinator, Creativeworks London)
  • Chair: Dr Sara Jones (Senior Lecturer, City University)

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