When: Thursday, February 11, 2021, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PMWhere: Online, MS Teams
ECRs Network - Internal Workshop
This workshop is aimed at researchers in the Humanities and Social Sciences interested in learning more about routes into influencing policy with their research.
Our two speakers will provide an overview of the different routes to policy influencing and the steps involved, as well as offering insights and advice from personal experience of engaging with policymakers.
Emily Burns, Director Of The Centre For Public Engagement, Queen Mary University of LondonDr Liam Campling, Professor of International Business and Development, School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London
This is an internal workshop opened to those at Queen Mary University of London. Register via the 'Book now' button.
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences ECRs Network offers support to QMUL academics at the start of their careers. The Network hosts talks and workshops on various aspects of academic life, and provides opportunities for early career researchers across the faculty to meet and to share their experiences.
The ECRs Network is coordinated by Aurelija Povilaike, Claire Trenery, Monira Begum, Alex Nowosiad, Saritha Divikar and Sarah Saines.