Since 2016 Betty Woessner has been the Research Excellence Manager at the University of Kent leading a team specialising in the Research Excellence Framework and Research Impact and Public Engagement. Previously she worked extensively on impact as Research Impact and Planning Manager at University of East London.
Betty holds an MA in Arts Policy and Management from Birkbeck University of London and undergraduate degrees from UAL and UCLA. Prior to joining the sector she worked in Film and TV Production and distribution in the US and France.
Television continues to be the most trusted medium to communicate science information to the public. It holds the potential to reach a mass audience and to generate global impact. This is a growing area of interest to strategists, impact managers and public engagement professionals. Currently, however, very little empirical work exists to suggest that, by …
|Theme:||Impact & Public Engagement|
|Level:||Open to all|
|Speakers:||Betty Woessner, Jill Hurst, Prof Darren Karl Griffen|