Engagement training opportunities Engagement training opportunities

Forthcoming opportunities:

Norwich Science Festival 2017










Are you interested in engaging the public with your research?
UEA is a major partner in the Norwich Science Festival—a city-wide event run by The Forum. In 2016, its inaugural year, the Festival attracted around 100,000 visitors. The UEA Events team are looking for research staff and students to present engaging, hands-on and interactive science and health-related activities as part of the next Norwich Science Festival on Friday 27 and Saturday 28 October 2017.
We are looking for researchers to develop and deliver:
Pecha Kucha-style presentations | Hands-on activities | Short talks and demos
You will be offered public engagement training and support in developing your ideas into engaging activities. 
Expressions of interest should be submitted by Friday 12 May by emailing events@uea.ac.uk.

This scheme is primarily aimed at PGR students, post-docs and early-career researchers. Activities from other colleagues are also welcome - please contact the events team to discuss your proposal.

Timings and key dates:

By Friday 12 May - expressions of interest

Mid-June - initial training

Mid-July - ideas selected for further development

July - October - activities developed

Early October - practice run at UEA

Friday 27 & Saturday 28 October - activities presented at the Norwich Science Festival

Further information to follow - please check back for updates.


UEA Engagement Awards event

Tuesday 13 June

Julian Study Centre room 3.02 from 4pm

Join us to hear from colleagues who have run public engagement projects over the last 12 months and celebrate the achievements of the 2017 Engagement Award winners. Further details to follow.

UEA Engagement Half Day 2016

UEA Engagement Awards 2016


Films and Media links Films and Media links

Films screened as part of UEA's first Engagement Half Day on 25 May 2016

Norwich Day of the Girl - Dr Sarah Godfrey (AMA) and Dr Tori Cann (IIH) - Joint Engagement Award winners 2014


STREVA Project - Nevada del Ruiz - remembering 1985 - Prof Jenni Barclay (ENV) - Engagement Award winner 2014


Participatory Videos - The Forest Is Our Life, Our Home - Nicole Gross-Camp and Iokine Rodriguez (DEV) - Joint Engagement Award winners 2015