This page contains a snapshot of some of the great public engagement activity going on here at Warwick. If you're running an event, or have done something in the past, that you'd like to share with others please email email@example.com.
Public Engagement Fund Projects
Each year the Public Engagement Team runs a Public Engagement Fund. We offer funding of up to £1,000 per project to engage public's with your research. These are some of the projects who've received the funding, explaining what they did with the money and giving their advice for future applicants. Please be aware the remit of the fund changes year on year so please check the current guidance for what you may be able to apply for, rather than looking at what others have been funded for previously.
A summary of all the projects funded in 2018/2019 and what the outcomes of these were.
A summary of all the projects funded in 2017/18 and what the outcomes of these were.
Regular Events You Could Contribute To
These events happen regularly and you may be able to get involved yourself. Find out how others found the experience before you apply (don't forget you can always contact the team for support if you're considering taking part in one of these events)
How you want to do engagement will be hugely shaped by your research and your audience. These are a variety of examples of events run by the public engagement team, staff or students at Warwick. Some of these examples are more of schools outreach than public engagement but may still give you ideas.
Caribbean Ideas Cafe - Public Engagement Team
Working with colleagues from Warwick, Birmingham and Black Conscious Coventry we hosted this event to explore issues in the Caribbean/ faced by those of Caribbean heritage. Ideas Cafe are a forum for discussion and debate in an informal setting that invites questions and new ideas.
Tackling Socio-Economic Inequalities in Childhood Test Scores - Roxanne Connelly, Sociology
The seminar was an opportunity to share their research findings and gather feedback from individuals affected by the research.