Provost’s Awards for Public Engagement 2010
25 October 2010
Nominations are now open for the Provost’s Public Engagement Awards 2010.
The awards recognise the hard work that people at UCL put in to sharing their research, teaching and learning with public groups outside the university.
If you know a UCL student
or member of staff who deserves recognition for their public engagement
you can find out more about the nomination process and the prizes
the links above.
Previous winners’ work has included public exhibitions, advancing community voices in research and policy, explosive chemistry and film-making in the Middle East.
If you want to discuss the awards further, please contact Hilary Jackson in the Public Engagement Unit at email@example.com
The closing date for nominations is Monday 1 November at 5pm.
The Public Engagement Unit works to support activities which encourage a culture of two-way conversations between University staff and groups outside the University.
The UCL Public Engagement Unit is one of six in the United Kingdom to be funded by the Beacons for Public Engagement programme set up by HEFCE, Research Councils UK and the Wellcome Trust.