Public Engagement with STEM

 
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Introduction

This survey is for people who engage the public with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). We are inviting anyone with an interest to participate. Whether you are a journalist, an outreach officer, a museum professional, a researcher, a science communicator, a volunteer we are keen to hear from you.

It will take you about 20 minutes to complete this survey. Once you start there is no way to save the survey and return to it. None of the questions are required, and therefore it is possible to complete this survey in less time, if there are sections which are not relevant to you.

The data is being collected by the NCCPE as secretariat to the National Forum for Public Engagement with STEM (National Forum). We are using the survey to:

  • gather useful intelligence about organisations working in informal STEM engagement
  • understand better the relevance of the work of the National Forum and how it could be improved
  • gather data on diversity and inclusion

Initial findings will be discussed at a forthcoming National Forum Networking Event in Central London, on the 1st November. Further details of this event and how to register are included on the final page of the survey. 

About the National Forum

The National Forum is a collective of key funders and organisations involved in setting the national agenda for public engagement in STEM. Established in 2014, our goal is to improve collaboration, co-operation and learning across the sector. We want to make better collective decisions and accelerate improvements across the science engagement ‘system’. Find out more here.

If you require any further information about this work, please contact: Lisa.Adlington@uwe.ac.uk