Discuss public engagement with research at this event on 12 November 2014.

Public Engagement Catalyst Symposium

Celebrating public engagement with research

A Research Services research event
Date12 November 2014
Time9:30 to 15:30
PlaceThe event starts at Streatham Court D (Business School)

Who should attend?

Researchers, Professional Services staff, and Community Partners with an interest in public engagement with research.

Workshop aims:

As the end of the Catalyst funding is in sight (March 2015), we want to bring together the University of Exeter’s vibrant community of Engaged Researchers, Community Partners and Professional Services Staff who are passionate about public engagement with research.

You will be able to take part in a variety of workshops, seminars, and discussions to share best practice and learning from Catalyst Seed Funds and the Champions for Public Engagement.

We will also reflect on what the future of engaged research looks like for the University and how we can continue to support it.

Topics and speakers include:

We will also reflect on what the future of engaged research looks like for the University and how we can continue to support it.

Transport

We are arranging transport from Penryn to Streatham. Please let us know if you wish to reserve a space.

Programme

Time Activity About / Speakers Venue Video link in Penryn
09.15 Registration   Streatham Court D n/a
09.30 Opening plenary Professor Nick Talbot and the Catalyst Team. Streatham Court D Exchange Seminar Green
09.45 Celebrating public engagement (part 1)
  • Creative Exchanges - Caitlin DeSilvey
  • Public Engagement in educational research: Being inbetween - Kerry Chappell and Suzie West
Streatham Court D

Exchange Seminar Green

10.45 Refreshments   Streatham Court D n/a
11.15 Parellel workshops
  1. Engaging publics through the curriculum: the co-benefits of collaborative teaching. Led by Stewart Barr and Ewan Woodley.
  2. Are you HEPE? Embedding public involvement with research: the Health and Environment Public Engagement (HEPE) Group. Led by Ruth Garside.
  3. Co-creating research - why involvement works! Results from the development and evaluation of a novel obesity prevention programme for 9-10 year olds. Led by Katrina Wyatt and Jenny Lloyd.

1. Xfi Conference Room 1

2. Xfi Conference Room 2

3. Building One: Syndicate Room B

Sorry, we will not be video linking these sessions. Transport to Streatham is available.
12.15 Lunch A networking lunch for all participants. Xfi Henderson Foyer n/a
13.15 Public engagement speed updating

Speakers to be confirmed.

Building One: Bateman Lecture Theatre Peter Lanyon building: Lecture Theatre 2
14.00 Celebrating public engagement (part 2)
  • Turning Tides - Rachel Purtell and Jane Williams
Building One: Bateman Lecture Theatre Peter Lanyon building: Lecture Theatre 2
14.30 Afternoon plenary session What does the future of engaged research at the University of Exeter look like? Building One: Bateman Lecture Theatre Peter Lanyon building: Lecture Theatre 2
15.30 Summary and close      

Registration

When registering for this event, please select one of the parallel workshops (listed above at 11.15) you wish to attend.

To register please email research-events@exeter.ac.uk.


ProviderResearch Services
OrganizerResearch and Knowledge Transfer Events
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