SEPnet: a sustainable model for a collaborative physics network

Dunningham, Jacob, Keenan, Olivia, Soares, Cristobel, Benson, Veronica, Limbert, Michelle and Hepwood, Claire (2022) SEPnet: a sustainable model for a collaborative physics network. The Physics Educator, 04 (02). a2230001. ISSN 2661-3395

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The South East Physics network (SEPnet) is a collaboration among nine universities in the South East of England, working together to deliver excellence in physics. By sharing resources, we are able to add much more value to our departments, students, and subject than we could achieve individually. Our core ambitions include ensuring the sustainability of physics in our region, enhancing the employability of our students, delivering advanced training, securing the pipeline of future students, opening up new research opportunities and breaking down barriers to improve the accessibility of physics for everyone. We believe that SEPnet provides a tried and tested model that could be rolled out by others to improve the academic excellence of other disciplines in different regions.

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Schools and Departments: School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences > Physics and Astronomy
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Date Deposited: 15 Jun 2022 13:32
Last Modified: 16 Jun 2022 12:06

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