The Public Engagement with Research Committee (PERC) would like to congratulate and thank all our entrants and winners of our competitions in 2016. We value your effort and are keen to support you to carry out public engagement where possible, so please get in touch if you think we can be of help in future.
The winners for this year’s competitions were:
Storytelling Researchers Video Competition 2016
Alice Roberts with winner Jessica Tuck, taken on PER Day 15 Dec 2016.
1st place: Congratulations to Jessica Tuck (£200), College of Engineering & Physical Sciences
2nd place Congratulations to Amna Nazir (£100), College of Arts & Law
3rd place Congratulations to Louis Monroy Santander (£50), College of Social Sciences
Bi-annual Awards for Public Engagement with Research
JULY – DEC 2016 PERIOD
College of Engineering & Physical Sciences – Congratulations Mattia Cassanelli (OVERALL WINNER, £100), School of Chemical Engineering
College of Social Sciences – Congratulations to Felyn Lewis (£50), School of Social Policy
College of Life and Environmental Sciences – Congratulations to Peter Noy (£50), School of Biosciences
College of Medical and Dental Sciences – Congratulations to Leah Fitzsimmons (£50), Institute of Cancer & Genomic Sciences
College of Arts and Law – Congratulations to Eleanor Dobson, School of English and School of History
JANUARY – JUNE 2016 PERIOD (Already awarded)
College of Arts and Law – Congratulations to Thea Buckley (OVERALL WINNER, £100), School of English (Shakespeare Institute)
College of Engineering & Physical Sciences – Congratulations to Hannah Middleton, Anna Green, Sam Cooper, nominated on behalf of Andreas Freise (£50), School of Physics
College of Life and Environmental Sciences – Congratulations to Mel Rohse (£50), School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences
College of Medical and Dental Sciences – Congratulations to Mel Grant (£50), School of Dentistry
College of Social Sciences – no entries were received from this College during the time period
Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Research Methods & Skills (PGCARMS): Public Engagement Module, Winner of the 2016 Alice Roberts’ award for best public engagement activity:
Congratulations to Guy Ainsley, Business School, College of Arts & Law for his thoughtful stakeholder workshop/focus group on the use of information in decision-making and associated risks within corporate boards (both private and public).
We hope to create case studies of entries for this blog and other handouts. Please check the case studies section in future.
Congratulations again and we hope that your win will inspire you to continue to do more public engagement with your research! To those who didn’t win this time, it was very tight and we still really value your contribution and would encourage you to apply again in future!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from PERC to you all!