UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has launched its vision for public engagement, setting out their key areas of interest and focus to enable them to "promote world-leading research and innovation that is built on the knowledge and values of society and open to people from all backgrounds."
This new guidance document for UKRI grant applications aims to help applicants write high quality Pathways to Impact as part of their grant proposals. It will also be of use for reviewers to understand what constitutes high quality Pathways to Impact, and for anyone supporting researchers.
There are 100 events at this year's IF-Oxford Science and Ideas Festival, which takes place 18-22 October. Find out what's going on and get inspired to try out PER, find new ideas or support your colleagues.
The STFC Public Engagement Early-Career Researcher Forum (the 'PEER Forum') supports talented scientists and engineers in the early stages of their career to develop their public engagement and outreach goals.
Engage is the annual conference from the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement with Research for those with an interest in public engagement in higher education institutions to come together, to be inspired, challenged and refreshed. This year's theme is 'Disruption'. We're offering one free place as a training opportunity*.
The Policy Internships Scheme provides the opportunity for doctoral students funded by the research councils of UK Research and Innovation to work for three months in one of a selected group of highly influential policy organisations.
The Campaign for Learning is hosting this one day conference is for those who work with families to enable you to discover new ways to effectively engage and work with families in your community, and reach new audiences.
Wellcome's dedicated public engagement grant scheme, which used to offer small and large awards, has now closed. They will be announcing new partnerships in due course as new mechanisms to fund public engagement.
In a glitzy awards ceremony in a packed lecture theatre in Keble College, the winners of the VC PER Awards were announced - featuring two awards for MPLS researchers - and three more highly commended awards.
The Medal is open to all involved in outreach or public engagement for astronomy or geophysics, as well as those whose main occupation is outreach or public engagement, and open to nominees from anywhere in the world.
The Wellcome Global Monitor is the world’s largest study into how people around the world think and feel about science and major health challenges. It surveys over 140,000 people from more than 140 countries.