Short Public Engagement with Research Internship opportunity for research staff, deadline 1 April
20 March 2019
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Applications are now open for the Public Engagement and Research Micro-Internship! This is a 5 day work experience placement based within the Public Engagement with Research Team in Research Services, and is open to all research staff across the University to apply.
Internship summary: The Public Engagement with Research Team provides support for researchers across the University to embed high-quality and innovative public engagement as an integral part of research culture and practice. Through this micro-internship, you will work with the Public Engagement with Research team to seek the insights of researchers to explore the ethical challenges and implications of engaging with the public. You will produce guidance with information on best practices and ethical principles for public engagement, that will be shared with researchers across the University. This is a valuable opportunity for insight into institutional support for Public Engagement with Research at Oxford. Please see attached for further information about the internship.
This internship will take place Monday 10 June to Friday 14 June.
To apply you will need to register with CareerConnect. Once registered, please click on this link which will direct you to the Public Engagement and Research Internship application page.
For full details of the scheme visit the Micro-Internships for Research Staff webpage.
The deadline for making an application is 12pm midday Monday 1 April.
Any questions, please contact the PER team: email@example.com.
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