Find the latest updates of public engagement news, opportunities, funding, and more.
STFC Nucleus Awards Stage 1 call is open for applications, offering up to £100,000 to support public engagement with STFC programme area science.
STFC's Sparks awards offer up to £15,000 to deliver public engagement that inspires and involves audiences with stories of STFC science and technology.
This inaugural one day event, which took place in July 2018, was an opportunity to be inspired, to learn, to be challenged and keep up to date with the cutting-edge of PER Practice and policy. Selected sessions were filmed and are available now.
The BBC Academy, in conjunction with BBC World Service English, is holding a free media familiarisation day for women with particular expertise who are interested in appearing on video, radio and online as contributors for BBC World Service English programmes.
The RSC is offering up to £2,000 to support the delivery of chemistry-based public and schools engagement activities. This is open to both members and non-members.
The Arts & Humanities Research Council and BBC Radio 3 are on the lookout for a new generation of arts and humanities broadcasters - open now to early career researchers from all research backgrounds, provided their research is linked to one or more arts and humanities disciplines.
The festival team have organised three briefing sessions for those taking part.
A summary of the researchers doing talks at New Scientist Live, which hits ExCeL London 20-23 September.
The If-Oxford festival, October 12-22, are looking for volunteers.
The Public Engagement with Research (PER) Seed Fund is part of the University’s strategic plans to improve institutional support for Public Engagement with Research by providing financial support (£2,000-4,000) for researchers to develop, deliver and evaluate Public Engagement with Research projects and activities.