1. Our Research Programs Drive and Support Productive Collaborations
- Scholarly Production: Framing global issues, bespoke solutions, and community support.
- Economic Value: Industry-led conservation research and skill development.
- Social Value: Confronting inequity, securing art collections, and education.
- Cultural Strengthening: Promoting Indigenous knowledge and diversity.
- Environmental Sustainability: Addressing regional needs and heritage preservation.
- Quality of Life: Building capabilities for well-being.
2. How We Measure Our Impact
- Excellence: World-class research, leading publications, diverse funding.
- Long-Tail Impact: Professional practice, knowledge sharing, new pathways.
- Collaboration: Inclusive research, interdisciplinary, community partnerships.
- Interdisciplinary Research: Networks with experts, campus collaborations.
- Community-Partnered Research: Partnerships with diverse communities.
- Indigenous Programs: Two-way learning, coproduction of research.
3. Assessing Our Value
- Integration: Demonstrating benefits to participants and stakeholders.
- Strategy: Aligning with university strategies, securing grants.
- Commitment: Supporting new and existing research, funding strategies.
- Engagement: Translating research, sustaining partnerships, public good.
- Co-Production: Collaborative contributions, scholarly production, IP.
4. Our Research Strategy
- Alignment: Grimwade, School, Faculty, and University strategies.
- Design: Research for social, economic, environmental, and cultural benefits.
- Commitment: Supporting research partnerships with industry, community and government.
- Engagement: Translating research and sustaining partnerships.
- Co-Production: Collaborative contributions and IP considerations within and outside academia.