Would you like the opportunity to develop an outreach activity and engage with a local secondary school? Are you passionate about your subject area? Are you interested in taking your research into the classroom? Want to develop your outreach skills?
Then this free public engagement training opportunity is for you!
What is the School-University Partnerships Initiative (SUPI)? The Research Councils UK (RCUK) funded School-University Partnership Initiative (SUPI) is a three-year catalyst scheme providing opportunities for schools and universities to bring contemporary research to life for young people.
This one-day, interactive workshop for researchers explores the why, what and how of engaging with secondary schools.
When: Monday 10 November 2014, 9:30am – 5pm
Where: The University of Manchester
Who: Postgraduate Researchers, Postdoctoral Research Associates, Research Staff and New Academics with little or no experience of school outreach. Open to all disciplines.
How: More information about the training workshop, funding opportunity, and registration see:
Take a look at some of the projects we funded last year:
• Social Sciences – Your car is not a coat!
• Biology – The cell: A molecular machine
• English – Will the real me please stand up
• Psychology – What do research Psychologists do?