March 1st, 2016
The Government’s Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has launched a call for evidence as part of Lord Nicholas Stern’s review of REF which aims to ‘explore some of the issues that have arisen in early discussions and to investigate ways in which a simpler, lighter-touch, system for the REF might be developed’.
This call is seeking views on various aspects of REF and it is an important opportunity for the University to influence the shape of the next REF. The University feels that the expert opinion of its academics will be extremely valuable in framing the institution’s response to this important consultation, and invites you to contribute to the preparation of this response.
To share your thoughts, download and complete the response form and send to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 7 March. You can also read Professor Dame Jessica Corner’s blog to catch up on the latest research and knowledge exchange news at Nottingham.
Tags: business, Department for Business Innovation and Skills, government, Jessica Corner, REF, research, Research Excellence Framework
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