The Royal Academy of Engineering’s Ingenious public engagement awards are now open for applications. The deadline for applications is Monday 18 September at 4pm.
Ingenious is an awards scheme for projects that engage the public with engineers and engineering and aims to
- Inspire creative public engagement with engineering projects
- Motivate engineers to share their stories, passion and expertise with wider audiences and develop their communication and engagement skills
- Raise awareness of the diversity, nature and impact of engineering amongst people of all ages and backgrounds
- Provide opportunities for engineers to engage with members of the public from groups currently underrepresented in engineering
Funding is available from £3,000 to £30,000.
The awards prioritise projects that reach diverse and underrepresented audiences including communities in the top 25% most deprived neighbourhoods in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and that engage with engineers and publics of different genders, ages and ethnic backgrounds.
Find out more on our website www.raeng.org.uk/ingenious
PERCAT are very pleased to announce the first round of the PERCAT Postdoctoral Excellence Awards 2017. The PEA awards are for outstanding Postdoctoral/Early Career Researchers who have made excellent achievements in the following areas:
- Public Engagement
- Academic/Science Citizenship
- PERCAT Postdoctoral Champion of the Year
You will be able to self-nominate or nominate Postdoctoral/Early Career Researchers from within the College of Medical and Dental Sciences. PhD students and technical staff will not be eligible to apply. The deadline for submission of applications is Wednesday 31 May and the winners will be announced and presented with prizes of £200 per award at the forthcoming PERCAT Strategy Day to be held on Wednesday 28 June. Further details, along with the nomination form and guidelines will be circulated next week.
For how to apply go HERE
The Josh Award 2014
The Josh Award is an award established to recognise and support up-and-coming talent in science communication. The award recognises a defining moment in the career of a science communicator; a person who is a practicing scientist or someone who has chosen science communication as their profession. This defining moment could be a game changing project, piece of work, way of working or a key moment of change, creativity, innovation or passion. A defining moment in a career that has transformed science communication practice, inspired others or changed the landscape of science communication.The award provides the opportunity to become the science communicator in residence at the Manchester Science Festival 2014, developing and delivering a new project or event while show-casing best practise in the field of science communication.The winner will receive support to nurture their development in the field and their involvement in the Manchester Science Festival from both the Festival team and the British Interactive Group (BIG), the skills sharing network for individuals involved in the communication of science, technology, engineering and maths.
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