PER Facilitator Network
The University of Oxford’s PER team co-facilitates the Public Engagement Facilitator Network (PEFN). PEFN is a University-wide network, which creates opportunities for networking, shared learning and best practice in all things Public Engagement with Research. Launched in February 2021, the network involves informal meetings once or twice a term, with the opportunity for responsive and flexible interaction through a dedicated MS Team with subject specific channels. The aim of the network is to provide peer support and create a community comprised of professional services staff at the University of Oxford who actively support, facilitate and/ or lead Public Engagement with Research as part of their role. It is designed for and by the PEF community, and its direction is led by its members, their interests and goals.
Email email@example.com if you are a professional services staff member fitting this description at Oxford and wish to be added to the network.
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- TORCH | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities, Head of Cultural Programming and Partnerships – Victoria McGuinness
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Division
- Public and Community Engagement with Research Manager - Michaela Livingstone-Banks
Medical Sciences Division
- Public Engagement Coordinator - Martin Christlieb
Social Sciences Division
- Senior Research Impact Facilitator – Aileen Marshall-Brown
- Head of Public and Community Engagement with Research - Matthew Hickman
- Engagement and Evaluation Facilitator, Public and Community Engagement with Research - Annaleise Wood
- Community Engagement Co-ordinator - Rachel Piper
- Grants and Projects Co-ordinator, Public and Community Engagement with Research - Vacant
- Administrator, Public and Community Engagement with Research - Luke Caunt
Additionally, there are many other support staff and facilitators across the University's departments, research groups and museums, libraries and gardens who can provide support and guidance for researchers who wish to get involved in public engagement activities.