We’re delighted to announce we will be running two afternoon online sessions specifically for our ECR members.
Communication for impact and career development
The virtual sessions will have a focus on communicating research, featuring expertise from those who regularly (and successfully) broadcast their research, as well as input from stakeholders that typically receive such research communications. The sessions will be on:
- Wednesday 7 October 2020 at 1pm to 3.30pm BST – Communicating research to different audiences
- Wednesday 14 October 2020 at 1pm to 3.30pm BST – Engagement from the stakeholder perspective
Wednesday 7 October 2020
|1.00pm-1.15pm||Introduction and welcome||Jon Gibbins, UKCCSRC Director|
|1.15pm-1.30pm||Ice breaker||UKCCSRC Secretariat|
|1.30pm-1.40pm||Communications support from the UKCCSRC||Victoria Giordano-Bibby, UKCCSRC Communications Support Officer|
|1.40pm-2.10pm||Communicating with policy makers||David Reiner, UKCCSRC Deputy Director (Systems & Policy)|
|2.25pm-3.15pm||Communication skills – impact and outreach||Dr Jen Roberts, University of Strathclyde & Dr Greg Mutch, Newcastle University|
|3.15pm-3.25pm||Feedback and summary||Secretariat|
Wednesday 14 October 2020
|1pm-1.10pm||Introduction and welcome||Professor Robin Irons, University of Nottingham|
|1.25pm-1.35pm||The UKCCSRC Data Archive||Mary Mowat, BGS|
|1.35pm- 2.05pm||Engaging your stakeholders||Kirsty Lynch, Director of Communications, Pale Blu Dot|
|2.20pm-3.00pm||Engaging your stakeholders||Professor Joe Howe, Executive Director, Thornton Energy Research Institute|
|3.00pm-3.20pm||ECR session and feedback||Secretariat|
|3.20pm-3.30pm||ECR programme updates & close||Secretariat|
Registration for this event has now closed.
Please note the data protection and photography clauses for this event:
The information you enter on this form will only be used for the purposes of organising this event. Members of the UKCCSRC team may contact you with information about the event, using the details you have provided, in the run up to, and for a short time after, the event. We will delete your personal data from the registration form following the event.
Photographs and/or recording will take place throughout the events advertised above. The images will be used for publicity or other purposes to help achieve the UKCCSRC’s aims. This might include (but is not limited to), use in their printed and online publicity, social media, press releases and funding applications. If you do not wish to be photographed or filmed, please speak to a member of UKCCSRC staff when you arrive at the event.