Welcome to the UNIC4ER Pulse Dashboard!
We are pleased to share some of our main results and outcomes of UNIC's Engaged Reasearch programme. This data has been collected as part of out regular monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities, where we use different qualitative and quantitative techniques to regularly consult our UNIC researchers, staff, students, and city stakeholders on their experiences in relation to the programme. Below you will find some of the main input, output and outcome indicators stemming from these consultations.
WHO HAS BEEN INVOLVED?
Engaged Research Officers
Data Management Committee members
Student Board members
No. of UNIC researchers
Engaged Research Initiatives
No. of collaborative engaged research initiatives
No. of collaborative engaged research initiatives co-funded by UNIC4ER
No. of cities, NGOs, private organisations and citizens involved in collaborative engaged research initiatives
No. of NGOS involved engaged research initiatives
No. of private organisations involved engaged research initiatives
No. of citizens involved in engaged research initiatives
No. of references to Engaged Research (and related keywords) in:
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Support to our UNIC researchers
No. of researchers paticipating in Engaged Research trainings
No. of trainings in Engaged Research delivered
No. of researchers and stakeholders in the Community of Engaged Researchers
The following indicators illustrate the way in which UNIC4ER has impacted its researchers and stakeholders.
These figures are a result of regular surveys with our UNIC4ER network.
No. of respondents indicating an improved understanding of Engaged Research
No. of respondents indicating that UNIC4ER increased collaboration with citizens, civil society and public/cities authorities
No. of respondents indicating that UNIC4ER increased the engagement of non-traditional/underrepresented scholars
No. of respondents indicating that UNIC4ER increased networking among scholars
No. of respondents indicating that there is innovation in approaches to post-industrial transitions