Recently, several activities organised by Beltane partner universities have been confirmed or gone live. Be sure to check out:
Beltane Breakfasts and Twilights are informal meetings where people from Edinburgh’s universities, and people who want to work with them, can come to find out more and share information about specific public engagement topics. At this Beltane Twilight, we’ll be hearing and discussing the thoughts of Thomas Bak on the similarities between public engagement and teaching.
Now in its sixth year, CoDI has been running at the Edinburgh Fringe since 2013. CoDI is a unique blend of serious academic research, irreverent comedy and a liberal dose of controversy – all in the cause of our universities’ brightest and bravest engaging with the public through the medium of entertainment at the world’s largest arts festival.
Some of Scotland’s universities, including all of those in Edinburgh, will be taking part in European Researchers’ Night – Explorathon in Scotland – for the fifth year running. Do you fancy sharing your research at an event designed to reach over 3,000 people? Apply to our call for entries – coming soon!
The Royal Society will be in Edinburgh on Wednesday 24th October to deliver their training “An Introduction to Public Engagement”. This will be a workshop with a limited number of spaces available to each of the Edinburgh universities. More information coming as we get it!