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Employability in Applied Sciences wrote: Navigating a Career in Science Communication
Andy Ridgway, a Senior Lecturer and member of the Science Communication Unit at UWE Bristol, delivered the last Monthly Employability Seminar, titled ‘Navigating a Career in Science Communication’ before t (More)
Happy new year and welcome to the Department of Applied Science Employability Blog. Our first article was on Sandwich Placements and Internships written by our Associate editor and current MSc Public Health student Jessica Griffith and published in (More)
Science Communication Unit wrote: Women Like Me
Engineering our Future (this article first appeared on the Engineering our Future blog at UWE) Only 11% of engineers in the UK are women. Is this enough? No, it's really not – we have an engineering skills shortage as it is, and the low prop (More)
Saturday 30th June 2018, 10am – 4pm UWE Bristol Exhibition and Conference Centre, North Entrance, Filton Road, Stoke Gifford, Bristol, BS34 8QZ Take part in science and engineering demonstrations, and see the inspiring designs from the (More)
The Children as Engineers project led by Laura Fogg-Rogers from the Science Communication Unit at UWE Bristol has won a national award. The TEAN (Teacher Education Advancement Network) Commendation Award for Effective Practice in Teacher Education (More)
By Tay Aziz and Sophie Pavelle This time last year during our MSc Science Communication at UWE Bristol, we were buried under a mountain of coursework deadlines, research proposals and that creeping question of 'what next'? We never thought that s (More)
Science Communication Unit wrote: Renewable energy? We’re big fans!
The Science Communication Unit supported three successful bids to the British Council to participate in their Science in Schools initiative. Alongside sending Robotics PhD students and BoxED interns to France to run two weeks of activities, former B (More)
Standing behind the counter of Cheltenham Library one Saturday, a colleague beamed at me “Let’s do a Fun Palace”. I had no idea what she was on about. Was she suggesting a new craze I hadn’t heard of? Hmmm, she already works as a Science Comm (More)
Science Communication Unit wrote: Are women part of mankind?
The ‘leaky pipeline’ has been in the press again thanks to the now infamous Google staff memo  and the BBC2 programme about ‘no more boys and girls’. Adapted from her original article in the Journal of Science Communication, Laura Fogg-Roger (More)