Take part in an innovative science communication summer school

STEAM is an innovative science communication summer school that marries science and art through practice. Attendees get involved with expert case studies, field trips, science slams, networking, and theatre performances.  Participants can be university students or professionals, researchers, educators, science communication practitioners, and science journalists.

There are four routes to applying to be part of the summer school:

  • Apply for a grant (University of Edinburgh staff and students only) by 27th November 2017
  • If you’re a national of a non-EU country, and not studying at the University of Edinburgh, you can apply for an international grant by 27th November 2017
  • Anyone can apply for a reduced rate, early-bird registration by 1st May 2018 (or full price by 4th June 2017)
  • Anyone in an EU country (including the UK right now!) can apply for an Erasmus + Mobility grant – info coming soon

Heather Rea, the Edinburgh contact for STEAM, is running a couple of lunchtime information sessions for people who are interested in taking part in STEAM in the summer of 2018. The sessions are open to anyone from all four universities in Edinburgh, and other relevant organisations (and none)

  • Central info session, Tuesday 14th November: register here
  • King’s Buildings (near Cameron Toll) info session, Tuesday 21st November: register here