Sue commenced work at Leeds Beckett University in 2004 and has been in post as the Faculty Research Office Manager since 2009. She is an experienced and efficient manager in both pre- and post-award research activity, covering the project lifetime, with strong skills in research administration, event management, project management, IT and new media. Prior to working at Leeds Beckett University, Sue worked within the NHS for 16 years as the Office Manager for Tissue Services Wakefield under the umbrella of the NHS Blood and Transplant where she worked on many projects including the introduction of Quality Standards including ISO9000.
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|