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Pathways to Impact: Public Engagement Lunch

Learn how to create good public engagement activities for effective research impact.
When Jul 18, 2019
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
Where Tom ap Rees Lecture Theatre, Botany Building, Downing Street, Cambridge, CB2 3EA
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Attendees University Of Cambridge affiliated research staff and students.
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Do you know what public engagement (PE) is, and how to create, or participate in, a PE activity? Would you like to know how PE activities can be used to create effective research impact and simultaneously enhance your career?

CambPlants Hub presents a short, informal workshop on how to use PE for research impact and to strengthen your employment prospects. Please email Karen Hlaba (klh67@cam.ac.uk) to register your interest, and then drop in for a delicious pizza lunch and information session with the CambPlants team, Lucinda Spokes from the University’s public engagement team, and researchers with PE experience.

Tom ap Rees Lecture Theatre, Botany Building, Downing Street, Cambridge, CB2 3EA

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