The annual AHRC-TORCH Public Engagement with Research Summer School is a five-day programme of skills workshops, lectures, and small groups sessions, designed to furnish participants with the skills to integrate public engagement into their research. The 2018 edition will cover topics such as how to present and engage with different audiences and how to interpret one's research for different media (e.g. pitching to TV and radio), and will include two hands-on workshops at the Pitt Rivers Museum and the Bodleian. There will be plenty of opportunities to network with experts in the field, including a final drinks reception at the Divinity School. The Summer School takes place in July and is open to doctoral students and early career researchers in the humanities from Oxford, Cambridge and Open University.
Registration for the 2018 edition of the Summer School (9th-13th of July 2018) is now open. To register please write to firstname.lastname@example.org. Costs: The Summer School is free. A £25 deposit will be required from the participants (refunded at the end of the Summer School)
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