Join the UIIN Pathway to Impact Program and shape your external engagement measurement!
You can’t manage what you can’t measure… and measuring third mission impact continues to be a significant struggle for universities. For this reason, Pathway to Impact brings together ambitious, innovative universities to create their evidence-based framework for measuring external engagement.
Developing a way to capture and measure the impact of your external engagement is important for universities, whether you are looking for a way to measure and manage your university’s performance, enhance your university’s reputation, access more funding or raise awareness internally on the benefits of external engagement.
The program provides an opportunity for universities to undertake an extensive mapping of their external engagement activities and identification of the main results and supporting structures. Using an evidence-based framework, universities will be supported to create their own Pathway to Impact framework and identify potential methods of data collection and metrics for their engagement activities.
Join the second cohort
September 2021 – January 2022
UIIN Org. Member price:
Early-bird : € 12,500
Regular : € 13,500
Early-bird: € 13,500
Regular: € 14,500
Early-bird: 30th June 2021
Regular: 31st July 2021
ANALYSE & CREATE
Get a detailed understanding of your external engagement activities and metrics to inform the design of your framework based on data gathered and analysed by UIIN during focus groups, workshops and surveys.
LEARN & BE INSPIRED
Access global best practice examples and learn from experts on university engagement and measurement to inspire and guide your framework.
NETWORK & SHARE
Connect with internal and external peers during cohort events, focus groups and workshops to discuss and share learnings on external engagement measurement.
Timeline & Activities
How does it work?
Each university will form a core team of up to 6 representatives ranging from university leadership, research, academic and professional staff responsible for engagement
The core team will participate in the group events, work collaboratively with UIIN and act as ambassadors within their university to drive the activities and translate the learnings
Each university team will have access to experts who will work closely with the teams to provide advice and recommendations
After the program, stay connected with your cohort peers as part of a network of program alumni
UIIN will run multiple information sessions to provide more detail on the 2nd cohort of our institutional development programs. If you have questions or would like to chat to any of the program leads, sign up now!
We will host four identical sessions in June to cater to different time zones, therefore you only need to register for one of them.
Dates and Times:
- June 3rd at 8:30 – 9:15am CEST
- June 3rd at 4:30 – 5:15pm CEST
- June 15th at 8:00 – 8:45am CEST
- June 15th at 5:30 – 6:15pm CEST
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