Opportunities and news for Public Engagement

We’re really excited to announce that our seed funds are open! Seed Funds are available for any public engagement activity that helps support the culture of engagement within the university.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do you research gender in any way? If so you might be interested in working with Impermanence Dance Theatre on their latest project: see their call for collaborators. Could be a great impact case study for the next REF.

 

Arts and Humanities researchers might be interested in the REACT Hub: Future Documentary. REACT are looking for creative minds and stimulating people to come and join us in debate over what the future for documentary could be. They’re bringing together creative companies and arts and humanities academics who share a passion for telling stories to explore how the internet, user generated content and changing audience expectations are transforming what we understand by documentary media. Register now for the Exeter Ideas Lab on 26 February.

 

Digital Economy researchers might want to participate in I’m a Scientist Get Me Out Of Here! This a great opportunity to share your work with young people from the comfort of your own desk. Everyone I know who’s taken part has found it immensely enjoyable and challenging.

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Ecologists who like music festivals mustn’t miss the British Ecological Society’s competition. This will be a lot of fun (mud permitting) as the team take ecology to music festivals throughout the summer. All you need to do is devise an idea for an activity or demonstration to do at the stall. I’m happy to help with ideas.

 

Museums, health, wellbeing seminar – 12 March. A bargain at £30. This looks like a great afternoon exploring how museums and arts interventions can improve health and wellbeing. See the  flier  for more detail.


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