Awards of up to £2500 are available for engagement activities in medical humanities or biomedical sciences.
Application deadline 12 June 2019
Develop your skills in speaking to non-academic audiences. In this session, run by Birkbeck’s Public Engagement Team, you will consider the relevance of your work for different audiences and how to tailor your content accordingly. The session will include public speaking tips and information about opportunities to talk about your research outside of academia.
Attending this session will provide you with skills and practical advice about how to communicate your research effectively.
Wed 16 January 2019
10:30 – 12:30
G20 Malet Street
Birkbeck Public Engagement Awards make the news of the month for March! [00:27]
A year-long professional development programme for researchers with a passion for public engagement. The programme creates a challenging but supportive environment for delegates to reflect upon what it means to be an engaged researcher, and to explore the quality and value of engagement. It also supports participants to develop the skills and experience to work with others and improve the impact and relevance of their research.
Deadline for applications: 1 March 2019
Course dates: 12-13 June 2019; 16-17 October 2019; 19-20 February 2020
Follow-on Funding for Impact and Engagement supports innovative and creative engagements with new audiences and user communities which stimulate pathways to impact. Funds will be awarded for knowledge exchange, public engagement, active dissemination and commercialisation activities.
Awards of up to £100,000
Deadline: Open call
Take part in a themed Lates event at the Science Museum in London, 27 March 2019, showcasing the ‘S’ in the in the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation.
To contribute with an interactive activity, exhibit, talk or workshop, register by 22 November 2018.
The National Forum for Public Engagement with STEM is conducting a survey of all those that work in Public Engagement with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths). The survey will take about 20 minutes to complete. It is being delivered by the NCCPE acting as secretariat to the National Forum. The purpose of the survey is to:
- gather useful intelligence about organisations working in informal STEM engagement
- understand better the relevance of the work of the National Forum and how it could be improved
- gather data on diversity and inclusion
Nesta’s Centre for Collective Intelligence Design is awarding grants of up to £20,000 for innovative ideas to help generate evidence about how collective intelligence can be designed and applied for social impact. The project should include using new digital technologies and methods for enabling collective intelligence at scale, e.g. through deliberation, observation, prediction or idea creation, etc.
Deadline for expression of interest 9th November 2018.