Free Training - Sense About Science workshop - 15 June, Warwick
8 May 2018
Public Engagement - training
Find out how to make your voice heard in public debates about science
Applications are now open for our Standing up for Science workshop at University of Warwick on June 15, 10am-5pm.
This free workshop is aimed at early career researchers (PhD students, post-doctoral fellows or equivalents) across all STEM and social science fields. At these day-long events, participants get the chance to hear directly from and ask questions of: researchers who have interacted with the media, science journalists, and policymakers. It is an opportunity to learn how the media works, how evidence can inform policy, what journalists and policymakers want and need from researchers, and how to involve the public in communicating your research.
The application deadline is 5pm May 31st. Apply via this form, and email Sanjana for more information.
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