#UofGEngage 3 - International engagement
Our third thematic event was a part of the Research Staff Conference on 16 June, with a panel and discussion exploring the theme of international engagement.
- Katie Hampson (UofG MVLS)
- Richard Middlemiss (UofG COSE)
- Mia Perry (UofG COSS)
- Mirna Solic (UofG COA)
You can watch a recording of the session below.
#UofGEngage 2 - Arts-STEM collaboration & engagement
Our second #UofGEngage event Science/Engineering and Arts Engagement Collaborations took place on Friday 5 March 2021.
We brought together people from across the university to explore inter-disciplinary collaborations between science or engineering and the arts. How can it benefit our engagement, our research and our teaching? What support is needed to encourage collaborations or make them more diverse?
We had case studies of successful examples, information about funding that encourages inter-disciplinary approaches, and opportunities to make connections.
- Sarah Cook (Information Studies)
- Azadeh Emadi (Film & TV) & Daniele Faccio (Physics)
- Ed Hutchinson (Centre for Virus Research), Daniel Livingstone (Glasgow School of Art) & Annabel Slater (ScientArt)
We were also joined by other experienced collaborators during our breakout sessions and chat.
- Spotlight on Funding collaborations between science or engineering and the arts - Spotlight on Funding Arts STEM Collaborations
- Crowdsourcing your thoughts - Padlet 5th March 2021
You can watch a recording of the event:
#UofGEngage 1 - Digital engagement
Thanks to everyone who came along to the inaugural #UofGEngage event which took place on Friday 5 February 2021 with a special look at Digital Engagement.
The pandemic has forced a shift in how we engage, from the physical to the digital. How have we stayed connected with communities online? What worked? What didn't work? What have we learned? Our first event explored this topic with guest speakers from across the University:
- Katrina Igglesden (College of Arts)- using social media & online workshops to engage Pacific Island communities with barkcloth research
- Megan MacLeod (College of MVLS) - re-imagining schools engagement to combine online and in-person activities, and exploring new platforms to answer questions about vaccines
- Helen Mullen (College of Social Sciences) - developing civic engagement throughout the pandemic: mentoring with MCR Pathways
- With a pre-recorded contribution from Julien Reboud (College of Science & Engineering) - connecting online to promote digital health in the diagnosis of infectious disease in East Africa
Watch a recording of the event below: