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Excellent research which changes lives
Keele prides itself on the academic rigour and originality of its research, but we are also determined to make sure that this research benefits from, and provides benefits to, people and organisations beyond higher education. Much of our research is co-created with non-university partners, and we firmly believe it is stronger because of this. You can investigate our approach to Publicly Engaged Research by following this link. Also, we present below some examples of funded research projects with a high level of co-creation and impact.
Ages and Stages
This seminar series is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) as part of its Connected Communities Theme. It is co-organized by Drs Alannah Tomkins and Dana Rosenfeld (Keele University), with a Steering Group comprised of HIV activists/advocates and other members of ‘the’ HIV community.
Bridging the Divide
The main aim of this collaboration is to explore collectively the strengths and limitations of individual AHRC projects in addressing and bridging the gap between academic knowledge and community relevance.