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Public engagement & outreach training for AHSS postdocs

last modified Dec 19, 2016 03:18 PM
Apply by Monday 23 January 2017 for the Rising Stars course - training in public engagement.

The Rising Stars course offers training in public engagement and educational outreach for postgraduates, postdocs and early career academics at the University of Cambridge. 

The five-session course covers:

  • Introduction to public engagement
  • Creating innovative, interactive and hands-on activities for public festivals
  • Communication skills and creating engaging content
  • Essential event co-ordination; marketing, health & safety, event evaluation

The next course is open to those in the arts, humanities and social sciences only.

There is no charge for participation but selection is competitive. The course will run from February – October 2017.

The deadline for applications is Monday 23 January.

An application form can be submitted here. More information about the course can be found here.

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