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The Graduate School, Glasgow Caledonian University

Wednesday, 7 December 2016 from 13:00 to 14:00 (GMT)

Glasgow Science Festival Clinic at GCU

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Glasgow Science Festival Clinic at GCU 2d 19h 50m Free  

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Glasgow Science Festival Clinic at GCU

The Graduate School in partnership with Glasgow Science Festival and Community and Public Engagement would like to invite you to participate in the Glasgow Science Festival clinic as below:

 

Workshop Title

Glasgow Science Festival clinic at GCU 

 

Date

 07th December 2016

 

Time

 13.00 - 14.00

 

RDF

This workshop addresses attributes from Domain D: Engagement, Influence and Impact of the RDF (Researcher Development Framework). Please note, as full members of Vitae, GCU staff and students can use their University login details to access the full range of professional development resources on the Vitae website.  

 

Venue

H112, William Harley Building, Glasgow Caledonian University

For campus directions:

www.gcu.ac.uk/theuniversity/howtofindus/campusmap/

 

  Facilitators

The team behind Glasgow Science Festival (GSF), members of the Graduate School and Susan Grant (Community and Public Engagement coordinator).

 

Description

Proposals are now open for Glasgow Science Festival 2017. This year GCU is offering festival clinics, consultations and public engagement training for GCU research staff and students. 

Research based proposals from across the disciplines are encouraged as although the focus of the festival is on showcasing the contribution Glasgow and Glasgow based researchers make to the worlds of science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM), the clinics will offer an opportunity for researchers from all subject areas to work together, forming ideas for the festival next year.

Taking part offers the opportunity to build skills and experience in public engagement as part of the Vitae researcher developer framework. It is a pathway to impact as it allows you the chance to bring your research to a new audience.  

At the clinic you will meet with GSF representatives, members of the Graduate School and Susan Grant who is coordinating GCU's input. They will be on hand to listen and work through your proposals and advise on issues such as target audiences, evaluation, funding and to identify resources. 

Come along to find out more about GSF and the development programme at GCU and to discuss and work up your ideas.

 

Audience   

All research staff, students and research groups are invited to attend this event to discuss ideas and to find out more about the festival and the development programme at GCU.

 

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Please Note




The GSF team send information through a mailing list with regards applications for the festival. It is suggested that all people interested in taking part in GSF 2017 should register with this mailing list. You can do so by following this link:  http://glasgowsciencefestival.us10.list-manage1.com/subscribe?u=30b6197e1b49634f9c1b8aa36&id=d116c8034c 

 

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 Best regards,

The Graduate School

W: www.gcu.ac.uk/graduateschool        

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H112, William Harley Building

Glasgow Caledonian University
G4 0BA Glasgow
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 7 December 2016 from 13:00 to 14:00 (GMT)


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*Please note - these workshops are for GCU students and staff only. 

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