The Warwick Institute of Engagement champions the future of high quality public engagement. It brings together Warwick’s extensive practical engagement expertise with pioneering academic research. We’re putting evidence-led best practice at the core of our thinking – ensuring Warwick’s engagement with the public drives real impact for the communities we serve.
The Warwick Institute of Engagement (WIE) is working with teams from across the University to put on a public programme of events and activities which will engage varied and diverse communities with our research.
As part of this, we are planning a series of monthly, themed 'roadshow' events which will take place in various locations around Coventry - at community centres, festivals, libraries, pop-ups etc. These roadshow residencies will work with local communities to co-create a series of performances, workshops, discussions, debates, and experiences.
We are currently looking for expressions of interest to work with our curating teams to populate each monthly event with content.
Below you can see each monthly theme and the curating team who will be leading. If you are interested in being involved and would like to find out more, please complete the expression of interest form.
(Please note, at this stage there is no commitment from you to take part and no guarantee that we will be able to include every request - though we'll do our best!)
May 2021 is the month of Invention, curators Innovative Manufacturing and Future Materials Global Research Priority welcomes collaborators, demonstrators and ideas.
If you are interested in being involved and would like to find out more, please complete the expression of interest form.
The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) has announced an open competition for an International Public Policy Observatory (IPPO), to support public policy decision-makers in developing effective strategies for responding to and recovering from the social, economic and public health impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. ESRC intends to fund the IPPO (£2M for an initial period of two years) to enable a rapid response to current urgent evidence need and to generate evidence about the effectiveness of this new model to inform further investment decisions.
For information please see further details regarding the funding announcement International Public Policy Observatory (IPPO)
Given the strategic nature of this investment and the relatively tight timescales to develop an application, the University will be seeking a collaborative and coordinated approach to bidding for this opportunity. Interested applicants are requested to contact Carolyn Silvester via ESRCImpactAccount@warwick.ac.uk with the following details, by 9am on Monday 10th August 2020:
· Name, job title and department
· The policy theme(s) to which your research relates, including a brief overview (max. 100 words) of your relevant expertise.
· Details of any appropriate external contacts or partnerships (both national and international) that could be quickly mobilised to contribute to bid development.
· An indication of whether you would like to be considered in an overall leadership capacity (noting the below timescales), and if so, a brief overview (max 200 words) of your experience of working with policy stakeholders and of managing complex strategic projects.
Scientists from University of Warwick and Chinese University of Hong Kong have refined a new type of camera to make it a hundred times faster than the previous state of the art.
A research team led by Professor Emma Pickwell-MacPherson from the University of Warwick Department of Physics and involving scientists from the Chinese University of Hong Kong has reached a crucial milestone towards developing single-pixel terahertz imaging technology for use in biomedical and industrial applications.