Applications are now open for the popular Standing up for Science workshop, taking place at The University of Manchester, 13 April, 10am to 5pm.
- Find out how to make your voice heard in public debates about science.
- Meet researchers who have engaged with the media, learn from respected science journalists, find out how researchers can inform policymakers, and learn how to involve the public in communicating research.
- FREE for STEM and social science early career researchers (PhDs, post-docs or equivalent), trainees, and medical professionals.
Not sure if this is for you? Then take a look at what Charlie Campion, PhD Student, School of Biological Sciences, FBMH had to say about last year’s event:
To apply: Fill out the online form by 30 March | http://bit.ly/2Hd3kCE (be sure to mention that you a staff member or student of the University of Manchester. As event sponsors we have some guaranteed places on this course.
Want some more information? See the Sense About Science website: http://senseaboutscience.org/activities/voys-workshop/
Email Sanjana at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sanjana Balu, Events & public engagement coordinator, Sense about Science