Dr Angie Scott
Faculty Research Impact Officer
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: +44 (0) 191 208 6940
- Address: HaSS Faculty Office
5th Floor, Daysh Building
Newcastle upon Tyne
Roles and Responsibilities
My role involves working with researchers across the Faculty to maximise research impact through a range of activities, including:
- supporting the implementation of the HaSS Impact Enhancement Strategy
- supporting the HaSS submission of impact case studies and impact templates for REF assessment exercises
- working with researchers to help them develop external engagement, KE and impact strategies, including: supporting them to identify target audiences and user groups; review and prioritise impact strategy objectives and activities; and track, record and evaluate impact activities and supporting evidence
- organising internal events to share best practice, facilitate knowledge sharing and discussion on impact and support
- facilitating the HaSS Impact Forum and working closely with School Impact Champions to support awareness raising and capacity building in Schools
- liaising with the Press Office to promote the positive impact Faculty research is having on policy and practice, education, the economy, culture and society.
I liaise and work with a number of colleagues and teams to support the delivery of the University’s strategy for research impact, including: the University Research Office, and the Research Funding Development Managers in particular; the HaSS Faculty Enterprise Team; Research Impact Officers from other Faculties; and research support networks within academic units.
I am a Policy Academy Fellow and I also sit on the Policy Academy Special Advisory Group.
Previous Faculty Roles
In my previous role as Research Associate with responsibility of research impact, I was involved in preparing impact case studies for the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014. Post REF, I worked with researchers from across the Faculty to develop impact, public engagement and knowledge exchange strategies, and to build pathways to impact and evaluation measures into research proposals and existing projects.
Association of Research Managers and Administrators
PhD in Sociology (Newcastle 2010)
MA Applied Social Policy (Newcastle 2005)
MA (Hons) Politics (Dundee 2004)
BA (Hons) Accountancy (Abertay Dundee 1995)