Learn from the experts: Standing up for Science workshop
Workshop led by Sense about Science – 24 September
Interested in engaging with the public, the media, and policy makers about science and evidence?
‘Standing up for Science’ is a free online workshop from Sense about Science, the charity putting science and evidence in the hands of the public.
Supported by Taylor & Francis, the virtual workshop has been very successful in replacing the in-person event previously scheduled – opening it up to a wider audience online.
Who is the workshop for?
These popular events are for UK-based early career researchers (PhD, post-docs, or equivalent) who want to make their voice heard in public debates.
What happens at the full-day event?
Researchers will learn how the media works; how evidence informs policy; what journalists and policy makers want and need from researchers, and how to communicate research effectively.
“Very encouraging and motivating”
“really helpful for me as a PhD student”
“good diversity of panellists and good amount of time for questions”
“enlightening – made me think about new aspects”
Sign up to the next event free workshop
24 September 2021 – online event (half day)
Application deadline: midday (GMT) on Tuesday 31 August