In episode 2 of the Arch. Ed. Podcast, we take a look back at the REF. With 3,781 outputs and 146 case studies from 1,025 academics at 45 higher education institutions, the 2014 Research Excellence Framework certainly kept the Architecture, Built Environment and Planning sub-panel of peer reviewers busy.
We explore how things have changed since the 2008 RAE. How have academic institutions articulated the wider societal impact of their research? How is research-by-design changing the landscape of architecture research? And can we expect to receive a larger or smaller slice of the pie when HEFCE makes its funding decisions in the spring?
With guests Prof. Jeremy Till (Head of Central Saint Martins; Pro Vice-Chancellor of University of the Arts London), Elena Marco (Associate Head of Architecture, University of the West of England) and Professor David Coley is Professor of Low Carbon Design and Head of the Energy and the Design of Environments research centre at the University of Bath.
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