Royal Society of Biology Connect 2021: bringing outreach and engagement into the future, 23-25 Nov, online
18 October 2021
Public Engagement - training
This event will include talks, presentations, Q&A sessions, workshops and networking to provide training, information and discussion of contemporary issues relating to outreach and engagement.
RSB Connect 2021 is a three-day online bioscience outreach and engagement symposium.
The event will include talks, presentations, Q&A sessions, workshops and networking to provide training, information and discussion of contemporary issues relating to outreach and engagement.
Topics include: digital transformation of outreach, how to identify and reach new audiences, being inclusive and equitable, local community engagement, evaluation, and creativity.
This event is for any science academics, early-career researchers, bioscientists, STEM engagement professionals and anyone doing any kind of outreach and engagement within or alongside their work or studies.
2020-21 has been a rollercoaster ride. This year’s symposium will summarise what we have learned during the pandemic, what new tools have made life better and how we can utilise the lessons learned to enhance outreach and engagement work for the future.
The symposium is supported by: Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour, Biochemical Society, British Pharmacological Society, British Society for Immunology, Society for Experimental Biology, The Genetics Society and The Physiological Society. Members of these organisations can attend the event at a discounted rate.
- £25 - full conference
- £12.50 - full conference (RSB and supporter members)
- £10 - day rate
- £5 - day rate (RSB and supporter members)
This event has been approved by the Royal Society of Biology for purposes of CPD and can be counted as 54 CPD points.
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