Brave New World for Be Curious
University researchers are invited to embrace a Brave New World by registering to take part in a hugely popular Public Engagement (PE) event.
Visitors fascinated by some of the research being showcased during a previous Be Curious event
This is the theme for Be Curious 2019. Taking place on 30 March, it once again seeks to engage the general public in the pioneering studies undertaken in Leeds.
With more than 40 family-friendly activities on offer, the 2018 instalment of the annual attraction demonstrated yet again why this has become a favourite way for many researchers to share a flavour of their work with the community, while others see it as the perfect opportunity to take their first steps in PE. Many of those who attend the event are children enjoying their first taste of university life.
And researchers can already sign up for next years celebrations.
Dr Charlotte Haigh, Academic Lead for PE, said: "We encourage every research team to be involved in Be Curious.
Its about designing an activity that captures the interest of the audience (predominantly families), and gets them thinking about your research work and inspiring them to be as passionate about your topic as you are.
Be as creative as you like, think outside the box and develop an activity that will leave the audience with a lasting and positive impression of your research and the University.
We are always happy to discuss any ideas, no matter how different to what weve delivered in the past; remember, this years theme is Brave New World.
An information drop-in session is being staged in the Ziff Buildings Café Maia from 1-2pm on Tuesday 2 October.
Dr Haigh added: Come along anytime to informally discuss your ideas with us.