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Communicate, inspire!

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Rayleigh seminar room

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Do you want to give inspiring and interactive outreach talks?

Are you willing to share your story with the next generation of young physicists?

Learn how in this lively, hands-on workshop!

We have teamed up with the university’s science outreach coordinator Dr. Lucinda Spokes, and communications expert Sarah Cruise, to provide a training workshop that will equip you to inspire young people - by sharing your science, and your story...

  • Make your research accessible to the wider public
  • Communicate effectively - learn to coach yourself and others
  • Weave interactive elements into your presentations
  • Understand and adapt to different audiences
  • Find out more about public engagement, evaluation and the impact agenda



About Sarah and Lucy

Dr Lucinda Spokes is responsible for the coordination, delivery and evaluation of the annual University of Cambridge Science Festival. She works with researchers across the Schools of Physical Sciences, Technology, Biological Sciences and Clinical Medicine. Prior to her current position, Lucinda worked for STEM Team East, running STEM activities in schools and providing advice on STEM enrichment opportunities to teachers.

Sarah Cruise is a communications coach. She has worked with a number of well-known organisations in London and Cambridge and has been involved with the University of Cambridge since 2006. Sarah co-founded the Rising Stars public engagement training programme with the Office for Public Affairs and Communication in 2006 and continues to facilitate this programme every year. She has also run public engagement training for other bodies such as the British Ecological Society and the Physiological Society.

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