Virtual workshop on research impacts is Feb. 6

News for Researchers

Posted January 4, 2024 by Dan Moser

A two-part workshop for faculty interested in developing the broader societal impacts of their research will be held virtually Feb. 6.  

The first session, “Research Impacts 101,” will take place from 2-3 p.m., and the second session, “Developing Your Impact Identity,” from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Participants may attend one or both sessions. Registration is required.  

Hosted by the Office of Research and Economic Development and presented by research impact coordinator Jocelyn Bosley, this workshop will introduce strategies and supports to aid faculty in developing research impact plans for proposals to the National Science Foundation, U.S. Department of Agriculture and more.  

Participants will 1) learn the components of effective impact plans, with diverse examples of successful research impacts by faculty at UNL and elsewhere; and 2) discover how the concept of impact identity enables scholars in all disciplines to leverage their strengths and values to maximize the impact of their work. 
For more information, contact Bosley.  

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