Find the latest updates of public engagement news, opportunities, funding, and more.
The Physiological Society is offering grants of up to £5,000 to both members and non-members to support public engagement.
The Royal Society of Biology and STEM Learning are partnering to provide a public engagement and hands-on science training event. This event is free and is open to RSB members, teachers and STEM ambassadors to attend.
Dr Cedric Tan (Zoology) presents research looking into the effectiveness of games on students' experiences and learning in relation to conservation.
The National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE) are welcoming entries to the Photo Competition, 'Images of Public Engagement' as part of their 10th anniversary celebrations.
The Royal Society of Biology are inviting applications to their Outreach and Engagement Awards, that aims to reward bioscience researchers' outreach work carried out to inform, enthuse and engage the public. There are categories for both established and new researchers, both with a cash prize.
Each year the OxTalent awards recognises members of the University who have made innovative use of digital technology, including to improve impact through outreach and public engagement.
The University's inaugural Public Engagement Conference takes place 5 July at the Maths Institute, featuring an array of talks, discussions, mini training sessions, performances, and more!
MPLS' new Beyond Boundaries project is a science-inspired art competition for secondary school students aimed at increasing the visibility of Oxford’s Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) scientists and mathematicians, bridging the perceived divide between science and art, and further connecting schools and local communities with the University.
The popular science engagement activity that takes place entirely online is open for applications for their June 2018 event, places available for people related to food, cities, the heart, and social or health psychology in I'm a Scientist, and space or artificial bodies in I'm an Engineer
The British Interactive Group (BIG) are hosting a skills day to explore diversity, and how we can all make our events, activities and organisations more inclusive, accessible and representative.