Cat joined the Faculty Research Office in 2015 and has been able to utilise her transferable teaching skills to adapt to her role as Research Administrator. She has used her keen eye for detail and organisational skills to transform systems in the office as well as supporting on research projects. She manages the administration for the Centre of Applied Social Research supporting academic colleagues to deliver weekly seminars as well as budget and website management. She has a passion and flair for event management, striving to find new and exciting ways of engaging the audience and delivering dynamic events.
As a non-traditional research office, we have been heavily involved in dissemination activity and, increasingly, rather than just academic staff who are already interested in the outcome of research projects, this means attempting to engage, involve and inspire the public. Public engagement involves a range of approaches that universities or research institutes can take to …
|Theme:||Public Engagement and Impact, Translation|
|Level:||Operational / Administration|
|Speakers:||Susan Rooke, Cat Brooke, Vicki Crossley|