Monthly Archives: November 2010

Lecture tonight from THE award winners!

Tonight at UCLan the first of our ‘Research with Impact’ lectures.

And in timely fashion the project featured has just been named International Collaboration of the Year at the THE awards. Congratulations Nicola and team!

Professor Mukhtiar Zaman from the Khyber teaching hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan, will be talking about the work of a Lancashire based charity, the Abaseen Foundation,  which includes Nutrition support, health care development, education and research in this challenging part of the world.

The lecture will take place at 6.00pm until 7.00pm tonight, in Darwin building Lecture Theatre. All welcome Map here


Ogden Trust Science Officers

EngageUCLan is back in the office after three days with the Ogden Science Officers- Yi, Ally, Sian, Shane and Katie.

We discussed the implications of the White Paper on teacher training, looked at how our various institutions were gearing up for the REF and measuring impact and shared plenty of ideas. Highlight of the meeting was the maths and physics busking performed over dinner on both evenings and stand-up mathematician Matt Parker’s amazing memory tricks.

Thanks to Ally at Warwick for hosting us and to the many academic staff and science teachers at Warwick that contributed to the meeting

Public Engagement at UCLan

Welcome to the blog for Public Engagement at the University of Central Lancashire.

We’ll be using this blog to post updates on our events and opportunities for you to get involved,  to discuss events and exciting things happening here and elsewhere and generally communicate with you, the outside world!