Online Conference: University of Oxford Public Engagement with Research
Tuesday 6 July – Thursday 15 July, online via Zoom
Oxford's third Public Engagement with Research Conference encompasses sessions over two weeks featuring internal and external speakers and contributors. Join us for:
- Best practice examples for engaging online and diversifying your engaged publics.
- Novel ways of working with partners and ideas for how to co-create meaningful public engagement.
- Explore the rise of the ‘place’ agenda and its implications for public engagement with research.
- Opportunity to learn from each other’s mistakes through the Confession Board.
- Networking and chatting with colleagues; and more.
This conference is for Oxford’s research community: researchers, research students, professional services & GLAM staff, together with external guests, to explore and discuss Public Engagement with Research. We look forward to welcoming you to the online conference.
"One thing I have come to appreciate is that public engagement is a life-long learning endeavour – there are always opportunities to learn and improve one’s practice; to innovate and to try something different.
- Professor Alison Woollard, Academic Champion for Public Engagement with Research, University of Oxford
Vice-Chancellor's Public Engagement with Research Awards
The winners received recognition for their achievements at the Awards Ceremony that took place on Wednesday 10 July 2019 at Keble college, University of Oxford. You can read more about the winning projects and people here: VC PER Awards 2019 Brochure
Professor Louise Richardson, Vice-Chancellor says: “It is inspiring to see the positive impact these activities have both on research and on the individuals and communities that have been involved, from Cambodian villages to 'Baby Higgs' hunters and the children of imprisoned mothers.”
You can view the films below on three of the winning and highly-commended projects and people from this year's Awards to give you a flavour of the Public Engagement with Research that takes place at Oxford.
How do badgers respond to scents from other species? (Early Career Researcher Category; Highly-Commended)
Engagement at the Pitt Rivers Museums (Building Capacity, Award Winner)
Victorian Light Night... Diseases of Modern Life: Nineteenth Century Perspectives (Projects Category, Award Winner)
Details of the previous VC PER Awards can be found here:
For reference only - Entries for the 2019 Awards are now closed