Caterpillar WESBath Public Engagement Award 2016-17 nomination form
The Caterpillar WESBath Public Engagement Award 2016-17 recognises outstanding outreach and public engagement by a female engineering student at Bath.
The winner will receive £500 and there will be two further prizes of £250.
Engineering outreach and public engagement span a broad range of activities, from festivals and workshops, to blogging and social media. To be eligible for this award you must be a female undergraduate or postgraduate student at the University of Bath and have actively promoted STEM subjects to the public.
The closing date is Tuesday, 28 February 2017
Examples of STEM public engagement might include:
- engaging the public face-to-face, such as school and college workshops, STEM festivals, and pub science/engineering talks
- engaging the public through an online medium such as social media and blogs, with evidence of participation from the audience
- working with students and teachers to enrich the classroom experience
- engaging or involving the public with your research (if you are a research student)
Download our nomination form for further details and to find out if you are eligible.