London, 8-12 September 2014
About Flow – Public Engagement, Outreach and Careers Training
Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Campus, Arts Two, Room 217
The Transferable Skills and Public Engagement Training at QMUL 7-12 September 2014 will involve experts from:
The Educational team from Imperial War Museum Duxford (Chris Jefferson, Learning Officer, IWM Duxford on Public engagement with the wider audience);
Dr Tracy Bussoli from Career Services QMUL (on CV writing and Interview skills);
School for Engineering and Material Sciences SEMS Marketing team on publications, presentations, communication and workshop sessions to create interactive materials for outreach events in schools, science festivals or museums.
Mr Francisco Campos from Engys London on Entrepreneurial skills.
During the training session organised by the QMUL experts the ESRs will present their own work in the ‘Dragon’s Den’ pitch session. Following a training workshop on public engagement, all ESRs will jointly develop material for their outreach activities such as posters, presentations and interactive demos.
Visit to Imperial War Museum Duxford
All you wanted to know AboutFlow... Marie Curie Fellows will try to find an answer to it.
Faculty of Science & Engineering Research and Industrial Engagement Showcasing Event, QMUL , Nov 06, 2014. In photo: Professor Nelson, Chief Executive EPSRC showed great interest in Mateusz Gugala's and Xingchen Zhang's presentation