Impact of Social Sciences, Humanities & Arts (SSHA) conference

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Datum & tid
02 nov 2022–04 nov 2022
09.30–15.30

Plats
Stockholm

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The sixth annual Impact of Social Sciences, Humanities & Arts (SSHA) conference, organised by AESIS, will be taking place in Stockholm, Sweden. VA is one of the collaboration partners for the conference.

In this 3-day conference, we bring together research managers, science policymakers, funders, knowledge exchange experts, and other relevant professionals from all parts of the world to venture into subjects such as:

  • How does cultural change have a social impact in the context of SSHA?
  • How do we foster trust and credibility of SSHA in society?
  • What does impact mean in the context of different segments of society, and through which robust and valid indicators can you assess it?
  • How can the path to impact be made more accessible, and which skills can enable one to optimise impact inter-sectoral collaboration for the sake of the public as a whole?
  • How to better understand the impact in the face of societal challenges, such as climate change, health, diversity and conflict?

In order to offer the most insightful programme, AESIS is collaborating with the Swedish Research Council,  Riksbankens Jubileumsfond and Vetenskap & Allmänhet. Working with them and other partners involved in the Swedish Science-Eco-system provides an excellent and inspirational context to foster the worldwide discussion on impact!

For more information, please check out the conference website.

Confirmed speakers

Georg Russegger is working for the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna and leads the Centre for Knowledge Transfer. Since 2014, he has been the Project Lead of an inter-university network in Vienna to foster knowledge exchange between universities, society, and business with a special focus on Social Sciences, Humanities, and the Arts (SSHA). Read more.

Jenny Björkman is assoc. professor in History and director of collaboration at Riksbankens Jubileumsfond, a Swedish foundation for the advancement of social sciences and humanities. Since 2008 she has led the foundation’s work with research communication, public engagement, and collaboration. She is also responsible for collaboration with parliamentarians. Read more.

Maija Urponen is a Senior Advisor for International Affairs at the University of Helsinki where she currently works as the project manager for Una Europa, a European University Alliance funded by the European Commission (Erasmus+, H2020).  Read more.

Rick Delbrigde is a Professor of Organizational Analysis and co-convenor of the Centre for Innovation Policy Research at Cardiff University. He was formerly the University Dean of Research, Innovation & Enterprise during which time he led the development of SPARK, the world’s first social science park, which opened in March 2022. Read more.

Larissa Best is a lecturer at the University of Luxembourg on the topic of diversity and inclusion in the Master of Entrepreneurship where she talks about the concept of justice and its perception. She created and ran a Think Tank on the same topic 5 years ago and then moved to a more consultative DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) role for companies and institutions which she still holds. Read more.

Zehra Waheed is the Founding Director of the Centre for Business and Society (CBS) at the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) in Pakistan. She has served as Dean of Student Affairs at LUMS and has been a faculty member at the Suleman Dawood School of Business. Read more.

 

All Vetenskap & Allmänhet (Public & Science) members will get a discount when registering to attend the conference!

More information and registration here.

 


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