Knowledge Exchange is the mutually beneficial sharing of ideas, data, experience, and expertise, and involves collaboration between researchers and external organisations or the public. There are many potential pathways and outcomes from this reciprocity that demonstrate both the enhancement of academic research and the benefits to society and the economy. Whether working with a theatre or charity, a local, regional or national community, or a small, medium business or enterprise, building a formal partnership with a museum or collection, co-creating a workshop with a school or external organisation, engaging the public with research ideas, or helping to form public policy, knowledge exchange is a reciprocal act which helps both parties, and has both tangible and intangible outcomes.
The Humanities Division Knowledge Exchange Champion is Prof. Wes Williams (MML).
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Details of current and past KE projects are listed below and for information about current KE opportunities please click here.
Please see below for the Humanities Knowledge Exchange Fellowships Brochure: