Symposium 2011

UCL's 3rd annual Public Engagement Symposium took place in the Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre on Wednesday 22nd June 2011, from 2pm until 5pm, followed by drinks in the Wilkins Garden Room.

As in previous years, the symposium took the popular pecha kucha format, in which each speaker gives a carefully timed and extremely lively talk.

The symposium was introduced by Professor Henry Woudhuysen, UCL Department of English and Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.

This year's speakers included:

  • Dr Steve Cross - UCL Public Engagement Unit
  • Dr Kath Woolf - UCL Division of Medical Education
  • Dr Tim Causer - UCL Bentham Project
  • Rosamund Yu - Joint UCL, UCLH and Royal Free Biomedical Research Unit
  • Miss Narciss Okhravi - UCL Institute of Ophthalmology and Moorfields Hospital
  • Dr Simon Lock - UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies
  • Professor Clare Elwell - UCL Department of Medical Physics and Bioengineering
  • Robert Adam - Deafness, Cognition and Language Research Centre
  • Jo Brodie - UCL Interaction Centre
  • Professor Mark Maslin - UCL Department of Geography
  • Dr Anita Berlin - UCL Department of Primary Care and Population Health and Dr Craig Seymour, Division of Medical Education
  • Dr Theano Moussouri - UCL Institute of Archaeology
  • Fiona Addison - UCL Union Volunteering Services Unit
  • Steve Gray - UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis
  • Dr Carolyn McGettigan - Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience

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