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02:00 - 17:00 12 May 2017

Collaborative Social Science Early Career Researcher Workshop: Public Engagement


Room 604, 6th Floor | Bidborough House, UCL (link Map)
38-50 Bidborough St | London | WC1H 9BT | United Kingdom

Open to: Academic | Student
Admission: Free
Ticketing: Pre-booking essential

What does public engagement actually involve? Why should you do it? What can it change for you and your work? What support is available? How can you tell if your public engagement is effective? What public groups and individuals might be interesting to engage with about your work? If you need help with any of these questions, join this session to find out more.

In this interactive workshop, the UCL Public Engagement Unit will introduce some of the concepts and ethos of public engagement. Drawing on UCL staff and students’ public engagement experience, participants will explore why you might want to do engagement, what it involves, who the public are and how you might engage with them about your research and/or teaching.

A Methods Workshop convened by Hilary Jackson, Public Engagement Coordinator (SLASH)


Michael Reade


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