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8 recommendations for running online training – revisited!

Jordan Abankwah1 May 2022

This blog has been written by Ben Littlefield (Public Engagement Manager – BEAMS UCL) it reflects on public engagement training delivered for the UCL internal community: undergraduates, postgraduates, academic and professional services staff over the past two years. Two years ago, we published a blog entitled ‘8 Simple (recommended) Rules for running online training’ this […]

Why you should get creative with your research

Jordan Abankwah31 March 2022

Holly shares her thoughts on the positive impact engagement and involvement have had on her work – and the benefits of being creative! My name is Holly, and I’m a PhD student at University College London in the Institute of Epidemiology & Healthcare, funded by the NIHR School for Primary Care Research (SPCR). Here, I […]

UCL Repair Café: Hope, confidence and friendship

Jordan Abankwah11 March 2022

The following blog has been written by Sara Brouwer (Institute of Making), Fiona Dear (The Restart Project), Ben Littlefield (UCL Engagement) and Rupy Kaur Matharu (Mechanical Engineering Researchers Society). The UCL Repair Café that took place on 17th February 2022 was a collaboration between the Institute of Making, UCL Engagement, Dean Sully and volunteers from […]