Archive for the ‘Public Engagement Office’ Category

2017 Images of Research competition

Researchers: Do you want the opportunity to promote your work to thousands of people? Enter now!

Bath Taps into Science Festival 2017: programme online

This year's festival will take place 11 - 18 March, with lots of events to make science fun for all the family.

Pint of Science 2017 - help make it happen

Wanted! Postgrad volunteers to act as Pub Event Managers for Pint of Science Festival in May: Apply by 30 Jan

Expressions of Research exhibition - art engaging with research

Find out how artists have been working with our researchers at the Expressions of Research exhibition at 94-96 Walcot Street, Bath, 11am-6pm daily from 18-24 November.

Free exhibition: art engaging with research opens

Fri 18 Nov, 6-8pm: Come along to Walcot St to hear artists & researchers talk about their collaboration

Role of engagement in impact case studies: Wed 26 Oct

How did engagement feature in REF2014 impact case studies? What contribution did it make to excellent impact case studies? And what can we learn about how to present engagement in impact case studies for REF2020? With input from: Dr Tom Arnot (Chemical Engineering); Dr Barbara Kasprzyk-Hordern (Chemistry); Dr Harry Kuchah (Education); Joe Tennant (Research Impact Manager); Ed Stevens (Public Engagement Officer)

Lots of ways to get involved in Bath Taps into Science 2017

Researchers can use Bath Taps experience in the Pathways to Impact section of grant proposals.

Free bite-sized science at The Edge on Thur

Knowledge Cabaret: Watch our researchers share their knowledge in spectacular & entertaining ways

Secure £s for your engaged research

The call is open to any member of staff in the Research and Education job family; apply by 7 Nov

PGs for Young Researchers' Programme

Postgrad researchers: Want to volunteer to supervise young people conducting research in the city?

International Images of Research

We exchanged Images of Research with international colleagues visiting from Brazil

Young researchers have a whale of a time

Caroline Hickman (Social & Policy Sciences) and Denise Lengyel (Computer Science) have been running a project to engage young children from Colerne CE Primary School in the world of research.

Vice-Chancellor’s Awards celebrate public engagement with research

We celebrated how our researchers are using public engagement to generate interest in their work at last week's 'Engage' event at The Edge.

BBC Radio Bristol: Interview about Images of Research

Helen Featherstone (Public Engagement Unit) and Caroline Hickman (Social and Policy Sciences) talk about our annual competition.

Images of Research 2016: the winners

The winners of our annual public engagement competition were announced yesterday

Engage: Public Engagement in Practice

Engage recognises and celebrates the diverse range of engaged research taking place across the University

Pint of Science Bath to take latest local science breakthroughs to our city pubs

Pub locals in Bath will hear talks on everything from the maths of beer to how blind people can see with their ears. The Pint of Science festival runs from 23 – 25 May.

Engaging policymakers through qualitative research: Wed 20 Apr

An upcoming public engagement conversation will explore how qualitative research might offer unique contributions to the policy process.

Images of Research – one week left to submit your entry

Images of Research is a public exhibition held in Bath, where researchers explain their work using just an image and short description, giving an insight to our wide range of research activity that makes a difference to society and produces real benefits.

Promote your research through the media: Wed 9 Mar

How can print, online or broadcast media help amplify the messages from your research?