On 29 November, from 4.30 p.m. to 6.30 p.m., there will be a webinar dedicated to the topic of Public Engagement, organised by Università degli Studi della Tuscia, in collaboration with APENET (Italian Network of Universities and Research Institutions for Public Engagement) and sponsored by Rome Technopole Foundation.
The meeting is the first of two modules dedicated to university and research management, and business management, with the aim of raising awareness and powering structured EP planning in university, research, and project settings.
The programme includes talks on the topic of Public Engagement – definitions and elements of evaluation/self-evaluation by the speakers:
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LINK TO PARTICIPATE
Online on Zoom: https://unitus.zoom.us/j/85938295976
Public Engagement is defined as “the set of institutionally organised activities with educational, cultural and societal development value and addressed to a non-academic public”. Public engagement initiatives represent “context and boundary” in which research and society meet and interact through a two-way exchange that enriches both. It is the encounter with society and its needs that stimulates new curiosities, opens up new interests and research hypotheses, improves the quality of the way knowledge dialogues with the social and entrepreneurial community, and also opens up economic spin-offs.