Dinosaurs to Forensics is coming to the Royal Society Summer Exhibition in July 2017. We are looking for talented and charismatic research students to help out. You will get first-hand experience of a large public engagement event and you will receive training. The Royal Society Summer Exhibition (3-9 July 2017) is the country’s most prestigious public engagement event and is held in London each year (https://royalsociety.org/science-events-and-lectures/2017/summer-science-exhibition/ ). The exhibit team is led by Matthew Bennett and Marcin Budka from the Faculty of Science and Technology here at BU.
Public engagement is an important aspect of every scientific discipline and this is a great way to learn and gain experience.
Each student will spend a day at the Royal Society interacting with the public and supporting the core exhibit team. Training will be provided and all travel and food expenses will be covered. Please note that this is not a paid opportunity.
- GET INVOLVED
- MAKE A DIFFERENCE
- HAVE an AMAZING NEW EXPERIENCE
- MEET NEW PEOPLE
- BOOST YOUR EMPLOYMENT PROSPECT
Expressions of interest via email to firstname.lastname@example.org before the 26 May 2017 please. We are looking for help specifically on the 3, 7, 8, 9 and 10 July and additional dates may be required that week. Please state clearly which days you are available for and give brief details of your course of study and experience. In the case of multiple expressions of interest a brief selection process will be run the week commencing the 5 June 2017.