Public Engagement 101: The what, why and how of public engagement

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A Webinar to learn about different methods of engagement, knowing your target audiences, and how to tailor your engagement activities to them. We will also explore the role that public engagement plays in our society.

Max 50 attendees with 35 spaces reserved for SEB members, and 15 spaces available for non-members.

Date/Time: 16th July 2020 12:00pm-13:00pm (BST)

Pricing: Free for members and £4 for non-members

It is essential to pre-book your place using the registration page.
To register you need to have an SEB account. If you do not already have an account, you can create a free non-member account here  or why not become a member and join the SEB to take advantage of discounted registration fees to all SEB events.

Zoom links and additional information regarding attendance to be distributed to people who sign up 1 week prior to the events.



Details about the event trainer:

Sophie Morris 1

Dr Sophie Morris has over 6 years of experience in public engagement and is an accredited educator in the higher education sector. After completing a PhD in Cancer Immunotherapies Sophie went on to develop her skills in science communication, public engagement and research impact in various roles. Current work includes designing and delivering public engagement training for different organisations across the UK and beyond. 

 
To register you need to have an SEB account. If you do not already have an account, you can create a free non-member account here  or why not become a member and join the SEB to take advantage of discounted registration fees to all SEB events.

 

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