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The Impact of the Collaboration and Co-Production Fund

Warwick Institute of Engagement Collaboration and Co-Production Fund

About the Fund

The Warwick Institute of Engagement’s mission is to support staff and students at Warwick to engage with the wider world.

One of the ways we do this, is through the Collaboration and Co-Production Fund. Awards of up to £3,000 are made, to help current staff and students to develop ongoing collaborative relationships with local, national and international partners, groups or organisations.

The fund runs twice yearly. The first call opens in the autumn term (October to December) with funds allocated for spend from January to June and another call in the spring term (April to June) with funds allocated for spend in the full following academic year from August to June.

The fund opens again for applications on 8th April and closes on 3rd June 2024

Why Collaborate?

Through collaboration, we can achieve more, take research to new audiences, make new discoveries, inspire and enthuse people. Partnership takes us to new places and brings new people into the life and work of the university.

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The Impact so far...

Summary graphic. 36 projects involving 45 students, 69 warwick staff, 93 partners form 44 external organisations engaging 1240 event participants

Since starting the fund in 2021, we have funded 36 collaborative projects, involving 45 students, 69 Warwick staff, 93 partners and artists form 44 external organisations, engaging 1240 event participants. You can read all about the projects we funded and the impact they are having by following the links below.