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PEARL is delighted to announce that we have successfully been awarded funding to delivery an exciting programme of events across Lincolnshire as part of this year’s Being Human Festival!
Lincoln’s programme of events will aim to reconnect and refresh the ways in which local people think about culture and heritage across Lincolnshire. Residents are invited to discover some of the voices, stories and histories of the region through events including tile making workshops inspired by medieval archaeological excavations, a pop-up museum celebrating and commemorating British-Caribbean history, and much, much more!
The PEARL team are delighted to invite staff,students and guests to the 4th annual PEARL Conference. Join us in a celebration and showcase of the wonderful variety of engaged research activities taking place at Lincoln. It’s a great opportunity to get a flavour of the work being carried out by our talented UoL staff and students, make new connections and find inspiration.
Booking for our annual programme of Public Engagement with Research skills training is now live! This year, we’ve also added a new module on digital engagement.
1. Introduction to Public Engagement with Research | 1pm-4pm, Wednesday 19th May 2021
2. Audiences and Publics | 1pm-4pm, Thursday 27th May 2021
3. Activity Planning | 1pm-3pm, Thursday 3rd June 2021
4. Digital Approaches to Engagement | 1pm-4pm, Thursday 10th June 2021
5. Evaluation | 1pm-4pm, Wednesday 17th June 2021
For full details of each course and how to book, visit our training page HERE
The deadline for applications to our annual Activity Grants scheme has been extended!
The new deadline for submissions is 5pm, Friday 12th March 2021
We’ve also made additional 1-to-1 and drop-in advice sessions available.
For full details, visit our grants page, HERE.
Applications are now open for the latest round of PEARL Activity Grants.
Apply for up to £1,000 to support the development and delivery of projects that engage the public with University of Lincoln research.
Deadline for submissions: Friday 5th March 2021
For full details on how to apply, CLICK HERE.
The call for contributions to this year’s annual review of public engagement with research activity is now open! We are keen to receive contributions from across the university, representing a broad range of projects and activity from all Colleges and subject areas.
For full details and to submit your article to Discover: Issue 3, CLICK HERE.
Submission deadline is currently Friday 8th January 2021.
This year (for obvious reasons) Lincoln’s entire festival programme went digital! We held 5 fantastic, free, interactive events whichtook place online via Zoom. More than 180 attendees joined us from their tablets, phones and computers to get involved in stories of human history, culture, innovation and more; all based on University of Lincoln research.
The PEARL team would like to extend a huge thank-you to all the attendees who got involved in this year’s events; from local Lincolnshire farmers, to curious friends all the way from the USA. We’d also like to congratulate all the speakers and teams who worked so hard to adapt to the new online format to deliver some remarkable and impactful experiences. We can’t to do it all again for Being Human 2021!
This year’s PEARL Conference will be taking a leap into the socially distanced realm of online events and will now be running as a digital event on Thursday 25th June 2020. We will be updating our conference page with more details of our new digital conference programme as and when they become available. Thanks to our speakers and attendees for bearing with us in the meantime.
Issue 2 of our annual report, Discover – Issue 2, which celebrates and showcases all the exciting activity and progress of the last year, has now been published. We are delighted to share Discover – Issue 2 at pearl.lincoln.ac.uk/discover. You can also request a physical copy by completing the form at this link. Photo credit: West Lindsey District Council / Electric Egg