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Research Support Services Conference: Reflections and learning

Laura Cockram, Head of Engagement and Communications, shares learning from her experience as Conference Facilitator for our annual Research Support Services Conference, here at the University of Edinburgh.  I had a very rewarding conversation last week. I shared what I and a group of enthusiastic and dedicated colleagues had done …

Opportunity: Events and Communications Administrator

We have an opportunity for a pro-active and organised Events Administrator to provide administrative and organisational support for Edinburgh Research Office events. Laura Cockram, Head of Engagement and Communications outlines the opportunity. This role is part of our friendly Engagement and Communications Team. You will be supporting the delivery of …

Meet the team: Laura Cockram

In today’s post we meet Laura Cockram, Communications Manager for the Research Support Office and talk about engagement, change and campaigning for better cycling routes. What led you to work at the University? Like my colleagues in the Research Support Office, I was looking for a place and role where …

‘Clerks, Committees & Law-Making’ – Academics and the Scottish Parliament

In our latest blog, we hear from Laura Cockram in the Knowledge Exchange Team, who is just back from a six-month secondment to the Scottish Parliament, where she worked as part of the team of clerks who facilitate the Social Security Committee. Engaging with a Committee at the Scottish Parliament …

Getting to Grips with Evaluation: The NCCPE Engage Academy

In today’s blog, Laura Cockram from the Research Support Office’s Knowledge Exchange team takes us through her experience of the Engage Academy, run by the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE) in Bristol. Oct 30, 2017

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