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Public engagement shares the benefits of transformative research with wider society. Engagement is by definition a two-way process, involving interaction and listening, participation and learning.
Public Engagement for All with Research at Lincoln (PEARL), is a new RCUK-funded project investigating how the university can improve its public engagement with research, and putting new strategies in place to do so. This project will be looking to find out more about what you think of public engagement with research, and what you’d like to see more of. In response to this there will be exciting new opportunities, a conference, grants, awards training, support, opportunities to join up with other researchers – explore this website for more about the project and the opportunities available.
PEARL grants for public engagement with research have now been announced and awarded – update to follow.
Vice Chancellor’s Awards for Public Engagement – award recipients were announced at the Public Engagement with Research Conference (21st March) – news post coming soon!
More Events here…
University of Lincoln Distinguished Public Philosophy Lecture Series 2017-18 (in association with the Lincoln Philosophy Society)
- June 26th – Prof. Nick Zangwill (Murphy Institute, Tulane)
- July 17th - Prof. Tom Angier (University of Cape Town)
For more info and to keep up to date -Philosophy Cafe Lincoln events page
Critical Encounters Research Series
More dates coming soon…
Lincoln Institute for Advanced Studies Series
More dates coming soon…
Content coming soon
Get Involved with Research
More Opportunities here…
PEARL Survey – What do members of the public think of opportunities available getting involved with research?
PEARL is running a survey asking about what members of the public think of the opportunities available for people beyond the university to get involved in its research. The University wants to know what you think, and what you’d like to see more of. Find out more & take part.
If you have colleagues, friends or family who may be interested in taking this survey and letting us know their thoughts, please share it far and wide, as the feedback really will help shape how public engagement with research happens at Lincoln, and beyond.
The Human-Animal Interactions team are currently running two surveys; Working & Being a Dog Owner and Pet Dog Quality of Life. More details on our Opportunities page.