How do you get involved in the public debate? In which ‘language’ do you communicate when you engage or ‘do’ citizen science? And how do you ensure that your research is used rather than misused by politicians? What are the opportunities and risks of being visible? What support does the EUR offer?
With presentations from (amongst others):
– Stephanie Helfferich, science writer and project manager in the Utrecht University Public Engagement Program
– Ronald van Raak, former Dutch politician and professor at Erasmus School of Philosophy
– Çisem Gurel, scientific information specialist at the University Library and PhD researcher
– Mirjam Renting, press officer Erasmus University Rotterdam
– Adinda Ceelen, knowledge broker &B research communications advisor, International Institute of Social Studies, The Hague
Moderation: Dr. Jason Pridmore, project coordinator TRESCA , Erasmus School of History, Culture & Communication.
Tue November 1st, 15.00 – 17.00 hr (doors open at 14.45 hr)
Q-building ground floor
Free entrance, reservations recommended
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