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8 Simple (recommended) Rules for running online training.

By Briony Fleming, on 28 April 2020

This blog has been written by Ben Littlefield (Public Engagement Manager – BEAMS). The UCL Engagement Team is dedicated to supporting people across UCL to get involved in effective, mutually beneficial, public engagement. One of the primary ways we do this is through training and skill development. COVID-19 and social distancing hit right in the […]

Science in the shrubbery

By Briony Fleming, on 28 May 2019

This post has been written by Dr.Hayley Pye who is a Research Associate in the Centre for Molecular Innovation. Last august; thinking ourselves well organised and ready to ‘communicate some science’, a group of friends and colleagues took ourselves off to Einstein’s Garden. Einstein’s garden is full of scientists and science stalls – all hidden […]

Get that Grant: top tips for funding applications

By ucwetca, on 18 January 2018

This week we hosted our first Public Engagement Network meeting of 2018, our 10th anniversary year. As part of our celebration of this anniversary, we will be hosting Public Engagement Network meetings that broaden the conversation about what public engagement is like at UCL and what your vision is for the future of this work. […]

Partnerships on your doorstep: working meaningfully together

By Lizzy Baddeley, on 8 December 2017

How do we connect with communities around us, and how do we maintain those relationships? On the 29th November the Public Engagement Unit hosted a Public Engagement Network meeting on community partnerships. We had really excellent and lively discussions around the benefits, challenges and best practice associated with doing this kind of work, which we […]