The UG and UMCG have introduced a pilot public engagement seed fund as part of the Open Science programme. The second round of the fund is now open. The deadline for applications is Wednesday, 12 April at 23:59h.
The seed fund provides an opportunity for scientific staff of the UG and UMCG to receive up to €5,000 for ongoing or future public engagement projects.
Public engagement stands for social and public involvement. It describes the many ways in which the activities and benefits of higher education and research can be shared with a wide audience.
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