The University of Glasgow is recruiting a Research & KE Lead to join the team at Policy Scotland.
Schools in Scotland and Chile are in a unique collaboration, using the approach developed by CNS to amplify children’s voices in the climate change discussion.
Resources, networks and advice for knowledge exchange activities at the University of Glasgow, intended to connect researchers and students with opportunities for engagement and tools to improve their policy impact. Policy impact resources Policy impact training resources for researchers and research students, containing advice and tips for achieving policy impact, understanding stakeholders, writing policy briefs…
As a civic institution and one of the largest organisations with charitable status in the city, the University of Glasgow and its staff and students can create distinct social impact by partnering with the third sector. Projects The following projects provide ways to make connections between third sector organisations and Glasgow University staff and students.…
Probing the patchwork of welfare services in Scotland: The experience as specialist advisors to a UK parliamentary committee
Dr Hayley Bennett and Dr Sarah Weakley reflect on their work supporting a Parliamentary inquiry and share suggestions for other academics on undertaking this kind of knowledge exchange.
Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli, Principal University of Glasgow, argures that Scotland will only meet its full economic and social potential with a thriving tertiary sector.
This seminar shared the how of policy and practice engagements at all steps in the life of a research project.
Policy Scotland is part of a wide network of knowledge exchange units in UK universities that connect researchers and students with opportunities for engagement and tools to improve their policy impact. We represent the University of Glasgow on the Universities Policy Engagement Network (UPEN). We work with partners to circulate opportunities for policy engagement to…
Key outcomes and participant feedback from the pilot phase of The Collaborative, and plans for the future.
Scotland’s universities must work together in the national interest to maintain international excellence
While COVID-19 has demonstrated the massive role universities have to play in Scottish society, it has also brought into sharp focus some challenges our sector faces.