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From PhD students upward, academics and academic-related colleagues at the University of Cambridge have the option to participate in paid consultancy. What does this mean? What are the benefits? Is everyone’s research actually relevant to external enquirers?

Hear directly from academics with direct experience of paid consultancy, and put your questions to the folk in Cambridge University Technical Services (the Cambridge Enterprise team dedicated to consultancy support) to understand how they can help with matters like contracts, insurance and liability.

This Research Forum event is organised jointly with the Faculty of Divinity and Cambridge Enterprise. The panel will include colleagues from the Faculty of Divinity and the wider Research Forum, offering relevant case studies. 

Who is this for?

The event is open to Research Forum Members, postgraduate students and any staff in the Faculty of Divinity. However, places are limited so please register in advance.

Tea, coffee and cake will be on offer at this sociable learning event.

Please register (via the link below).

Can’t make it?

If you are interested in the topic but unable to attend, a summary will be circulated to Forum members after this event. If you cannot attend on site, please enquire about remote participation. (We will look into this option, dependent on capacity and demand.)

About the Cambridge Interfaith Research Forum

Based at the University of Cambridge, Cambridge Interfaith Research Forum provides a hub for members of the University to exchange scholarship aligned with our goals, and to develop skills relevant to our commitments to outreach and public engagement.

The Forum is interdisciplinary, offering options for networking and collaboration. Members may receive strategic support from the Programme team, as a sounding board for new initiatives, profiling and disseminating information about Members’ activities, and highlighting relevant opportunities in and beyond Cambridge.

Eligibility and how to join the Research Forum

About Cambridge Enterprise

Cambridge Enterprise is responsible for supporting the translation of University research to create globally leading economic and social impact. Their teams offer expert advice and support in commercialisation and social enterprise, including help with academic consultancy services; the protection, development, and licensing of ideas; new company and social enterprise creation and investment.

Date: 
Wednesday, 22 May, 2024 - 15:00 to 16:15
Event location: 
Faculty of Divinity

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