Gemma Scott is an AHRC-sponsored student in the area of modern history. For the last 12 months she has worked with the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences as a Public Engagement Fellow. She has helped organise a full programme of seminars and events (the Keele Engaged Research Network) as well as contributing to videos, blog posts and PE support for funded projects.
In this session you will be able to assess an alternative model for supporting impact and publicly engaged research at the same time as providing high quality development opportunities for PGR students, through the role of PGR Public Engagement Fellow. The session will explore the drivers for developing this model, and the benefits to the …
|Theme:||Postgraduate Researchers, Public Engagement and Impact|
|Speakers:||Mike Hession, Gemma Scott|