Learn from the experts: Standing up for Science workshop
Workshop led by Sense about Science
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 replaces the in-person event previously scheduled – opening it up to a wider online audience.
What happens at a Standing up for Science workshop?
These popular full day events are for early career researchers (PhD, post-docs or equivalent) who want to make their voice heard in public debates.
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
17 November 2020 – online event (full day)
Application deadline: 17:00 on Monday 26 October