University of Cambridge Public Engagement with Researchers
The term public engagement is used to describe the many ways in which the activity and benefits of higher education and research can be shared with the public for mutual benefit. There are a number of purposes that public engagement activity can serve: these can be described as inspiring, consulting and collaborating.
There are many examples of departments, research groups, individual researchers and students getting involved with public engagement initiatives from the University of Cambridge. In addition, the University’s nine museums and collections are open year-round reaching hundreds of thousands of visitors, and the Institute of Continuing Education provides lifelong learning opportunities.
Cambridge Filmworks have produced a new suite of films, meeting with University Researchers and Academics who’s work is enriched by their public engagement activities.
To find out more about Public Engagement within the University please visit: https://www.cam.ac.uk/public-engagement
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