RMeS Network Event | Sharing is Caring: Presenting Your Research to the World

Date: Friday 29 October 2021
Time: 15.00-18.00
Venue: Drift 25, room 3.01 (Utrecht)

Registration

Please register no later than Wednesday 27 October and let us know if you want to join in person or online (fill in at ‘remarks’ when filling out the registration form) .

Knowledge valorisation may be both more important and more challenging than ever. In a time where scientists and academics increasingly face pushback when reporting on their research findings, we want to reconsider how, where and through which media we can best present our research to the outside world and face the challenges this brings along.

In this network event, we invite PhDs and RMAs to think of creative ways in which we can bring our research and findings to the public. Guest speaker Amanda Brouwers will share how particularly podcasts can be used to distribute your research and translate it in a way that it become tangible and appealing for a broader audience.

The network event will exist of three activities:
1. Guest speaker: Amanda Brouwers
2. Academic speed date
3. All participants can get to know each other (both online and offline) and exchange ideas while enjoying free drinks.

The event will take place on Friday 29 October, 15.00-18.00 in room 3.01 at Drift 25, Utrecht.

Corona measures
We are very excited that we are able to meet in person again. Corona measures in university buildings have largely been lifted, however we would like to ask you to do the Coronacheck before travelling to Utrecht. In addition, for anyone who is unable to or who feels uncomfortable
meeting in person, feel free to join us online in our NetworkTown.

Please register no later than Wednesday 27 October and let us know if you want to join in person or online. If you join online, you will receive the link for the online environment (Gather Town) in due time after registration.

For questions of any kind, please contact us via RMeS@rug.nl.

We are looking forward to seeing you!

The RMeS PhD council
(Bartosz, Bjorn, Constanza, Jeroen, Welmoed & Zheyu)