Engaging with energy policy: A masterclass
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM, 10 December 2018
GSI (Anglia Ruskin University) and CSaP (University of Cambridge) , Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Engaging with energy policy: A masterclass for Social Sciences & Humanities PhD and early-career researchers
This one-day policy masterclass event provides opportunity for Early-Career Researchers (ECRs) to learn how to embed novel Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) perspectives in policy-facing organisations, and why this matters.
The event will feature academics and practioners working in energy policy, with talks and interactive workshops. All are welcome to attend, it may be especially of interest to those looking to apply for a secondment through the Energy-PIECES project. More details available online, www.anglia.ac.uk/energy-pieces
The event is free to attend, with lunch and refreshments provided.
Funding for travel and accommodation is available for some UK based ECRs/PhDs attendees on application, with preference given to ECRs: Please ensure you select the correct ticket option to apply for this funding.
Please note that places, and funding, is limited so early applications are encouraged.
Please DO NOT register to attend more than once for yourself. If you apply to attend with funding, and the funding is not awarded, you will still be offered a place at the event.
I'm not in academia, can I attend?
Yes, the event is open to all, and not limited to PhDs and ECRs
Where will the event be held?
Cambridge, UK. Further details regarding the event venue and a full schedule will be provided nearer the time
Do I need to attend the whole day?
The programme starts with registration at 9.30am and runs through to 5pm, followed by an optional drinks and a networking opportunity until around 6pm.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
We encourage you to contact us with any queries (including eligibility, funding for travel and accommodation, and interest in the secondment opportunities linked to this masterclass). Email felicity.clarke(at)anglia.ac.uk
Who is this event organised by?
This event is run as part of the Energy-PIECES project, run by the Global Sustainability Insitute (Anglia Ruskin University) and Centre for Science and Policy (University of Cambridge), in assosciation with the Energy Geographies Research Group (part of the Royal Geographical Society). Funding and guidance has come from the UK Energy Research Centre.