Society for Endocrinology public engagement grants, deadline 20 September
30 August 2023
Public Engagement - funding
The Society for endocrinology offers up to £1,000 to support the organisation, production and delivery of outreach activities, aimed at school children or other audiences to engage with hormones and the impact of endocrinology.
The Society for Endocrinology invites applications for its public engagement grants. These support the organisation and delivery of outreach activities, aimed at school children or other audiences, that engage these audiences with hormones and the impact of endocrinology.
Full and early-career members may apply. Full members need to have held membership for a minimum of one year and early-career members need to have held membership for a minimum of six months at the time of application.
For the next round, they are encouraging applications that may be suitable as resources for their 'You and Your Hormones' website and help to engage more people with endocrinology and its impact.
Click here to visit the You and Your Hormones website
Proposals fitting with this theme might include, but are not restricted to:
- Hands-on activities that can be used in classrooms or during home schooling (including resources such as worksheets, factsheets or quizzes) e.g. click here to see Make your own body clock
- Endocrine-themed science practicals e.g. Click here to see testing blood sugar level
- Diagrams and images to enhance You and Your Hormones articles
- Short, YouTube-style videos and podcasts (click here to see example videos, or click here to hear example podcasts)
- Interactive online games
They are very open to other activity and event ideas, too.
Grants are worth up to £1,000.
Deadline for applications is 11.59am (UK time) on 20 September 2023.
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