UCL ISH PhD student Eirini Gallou awarded public engagement bursary
9 August 2017
UCL ISH PhD student Eirini Gallou has been awarded a ‘Train and Engage’ public engagement bursary.
Train and Engage is the UCL Culture funding stream for UCL postgraduate research students. The bursary offers evaluation of the grant holders project, training opportunities and resources to develop advice, design and delivery skills.
Eirini’s research looks at local community perceptions of cultural heritage and the impact participation in cultural heritage activities has on sustaining heritage management in rural and remote contexts.
The funding will be used to organise a day event which aims to engage Eirini’s work with local community members (specifically difficult-to-reach young families) in South Ronaldsay, Scotland, where her research is based.
During the academic year 2016-17 Eirini worked as a PGTA at UCL ISH. She has recently been awarded the Associate Fellowship by the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA) and has successfully completed both Arena One for PGTA’s and the Teaching Associate Programme offered by UCL’s teaching and learning Unit. Eirini supported her application through teaching and supporting student learning within ISH.
Image: South Ronaldsay, Scotland