Public Engagement

 

New Engagement Stories Case Studies!

This year the Public Engagement Unit have produced a new set of eight case studies focusing on the engaged research taking place here at the University of Bath. Each case study focusses on one researcher and explores a particular type of engagement they use, how public engagement benefits them and other types of engagement they are interested in.

Public Engagement Unit

  • Dr Helen Featherstone 
    (Weds, Thurs, Fri, x 5353)
  • Ed Stevens (x 5326)

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Supporting researchers to engage

‘Public engagement’ describes the myriad of ways in which the activity and benefits of higher education and research can be shared with the public.

Engagement is a two-way process, involving interaction and listening, with the goal of generating mutual benefit.

These pages are designed chiefly for researchers at the University, with the aim of inspiring and supporting the embedding of public engagement activities within research and teaching. No matter whether you are new to engaged research or have been practicing it for years, we hope you'll find something of interest and use. You can also visit our blog.

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Case studies & Improve your impact

Find out about effective public engagement practice at the University and how to maximise your impact through a range of case studies and resources.