Engagement and Impact Assessment – a panel discussion
Events Room, Lvl 5, Canberra Innovation Network
1 Moore Street
Canberra, ACT 2601
Friday, 30th of November 2018
Start Time
3:00 pm
Finish Time
5:00 pm

You are invited to the event: Engagement and Impact Assessment – a panel discussion

The recently launched Australian Impact and Engagement exercise is part of a broader Government agenda under the National Innovation & Science Agenda (NISA). With the exercise fresh in the minds of the higher education sector, this is a good time to look back and reflect on how things went, what might have been done better, learnings from the past and how universities might use this exercise on-going as a way to strengthen pathways to implement their institutional strategies and social and economic implications of the exercise. Additionally the panel will look at how stories generated from this exercise might be used effectively to bring greater awareness and engagement with the general public on the value of the tertiary sector and research in general. 


Panellists (in alphabetical order by first name)

Prof Glenn Withers AO; President Australian Council of Learned Academies

Prof Janine Deakin; Director, Institute for Applied Ecology

Mr Jeff Pulford; Executive Director, Technology Park in Federation University

Prof Leigh Sullivan; Deputy Vice Chancellor, Research & Innovation, University of Canberra

Prof Michael Cardew-Hall; A/Deputy Vice Chancellor, Research & Innovation, Australian National University

Prof Sally Wheeler OBE; Dean of the ANU College of Law, Australian National University


Location: Events Room at the Canberra Innovation Network

Address: Level 5, 1 Moore Street Canberra, 2601, ACT, Australia



Parking (paid) is available at the City West Carpark, located on 1 Allsop street, Canberra, ACT 2601

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