Sense about Science is holding a Standing up for Science workshop at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society on Thursday 30 November 2017. This full day event is for STEM and social science early career researchers (PhD students, post-doctoral fellows or equivalent).
Want to find out how to make your voice heard in public debates about science?
At this workshop, you will meet researchers who promote science in the face of hostility and are recognised for their achievements, learn from respected science journalists about how the media works, how to respond and comment, and what journalists want and expect from scientists.
These workshops are very popular and places are limited.
To apply, please complete the application form and email Rachel Bowen (email@example.com) to let her know that you wish to attend.
Closing date for applications: Monday 13 November, 5pm.
For more details about the workshop, get in touch with Ana Skamarauskas (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Calling all early career researchers- Sense about Science will be running a Standing up for Science media workshop this June.
The workshop will take place on Friday 30 June at the University of Warwick. This free to attend event is a great opportunity for early career researchers and scientists to learn how to make their voices heard in public debates about science.
Attendees will hear from scientists who have engaged with the media, learn from these distinguished scientists about how the media works, how to comment and what journalists expect from scientists. This is a free event and is open to all early career researchers and scientists- PhD students, post-docs or equivalent- in all sciences, engineering and medicine.
The deadline for applications is 14 June. You can find out more information here.
The previous workshop was held in Manchester in April. You can find out what attendees Jade and James thought of the workshop and view photos here.
If you have any questions please email Joanne from Sense about Science.