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Public Engagement launches Bulletin and Research Awards

last modified Mar 04, 2016 10:16 AM

Bulletin

The monthly Public Engagement bulletin offers researchers the latest updates on upcoming opportunities, funding, training and awards. The wording we have used to promote subscription is below:

Our new Public Engagement bulletin gives you the latest information to engage, both at the University and beyond including:
 
-      Upcoming opportunities
-      Funding and grants
-      Training and volunteering
-      Competitions and awards
 
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Research Awards

We are pleased to announce the launch of our inaugural Public Engagement with Research Awards on behalf of the Vice-Chancellor.

We are looking for researchers, staff and students at all stages of career who undertake excellent public engagement with research. Our aim is to highlight the spectrum of engagement activity undertaken at Cambridge and we actively encourage nominations from across the six schools at the University.

Winners will receive:

£1000 personal cash prize, trophy and certificate
Presentation of their award at a ceremony hosted Vice-Chancellor in June
Creation of profile-raising promotional materials showcasing the winners public engagement work
Nominate yourself or a colleague by completing a nomination form or to discuss a potential nomination.

Deadline for nominations: Monday 18 April 2016

For further information visit our website.

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