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Small Grants

The Community Engagement Team are again running a small grant scheme open to academic staff and PhD researchers in all academic schools. Awards of up to £500 will be available, either to develop and run a new engagement activity, or to bring a new engagement element to an existing project/activity.

Please note:
- Awards cannot be used solely for refreshments.
- Activities must be designed for the general public and awards cannot be made to support academic networking events or any student recruitment activity.

Deadline: 11th April 2014

To make an application, please download the application form from the right of this page and return it to Community@cardiff.ac.uk by 11th April. If you would like to discuss your application before submission please contact us on Community@cardiff.ac.uk or 02920 870998.

 

Projects funded in 2013:

School of Biosciences, Dr Rosalind John – A series of activities on the theme of ‘Maternal lifestyle and healthy babies’

School of Biosciences, Dr Elisabetta Canetta - Series of three workshops on ‘Understanding the natural process of human cells using physics’

School of City and Regional Planning & School of Architecture, Dr Andrea Frank & Dr Marga Munar Bauza – Exhibition and events based around student urban design work

School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Ian Fryett – ‘Exploring the underwater world’ – boat based scientific cruise around Cardiff Bay

School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Kate Walker – A series of podcasts ‘What everyone should know about climate change’

School of English, Communication and Philosophy, Shelagh Weeks – Creative writing workshops with local secondary schools

School of Engineering, Michelle Davies – public engagement activities with ’Cardiff Racing’ the formula student racing team.

School of European Languages, Translation and Politics, Mirona Moraru – ‘The Human Library’ - an event designed to allow people to share their different multilingual experiences.  

School of Medicine, Dr Rose Thompson – ‘Epilepsy Stories Collection’ – developing digital stories with people with epilepsy

School of Medicine, Dr Danielle Huckle – Digital storytelling for the Mushin Museum of anaesthetics

School of Physics and Astronomy, Dr Edward Gomez – Production of astronomy activity booklets for 5-11 year olds

School of Psychology, Dr Derek Jones – ‘Brain Games’ primary school assemblies

School of History, Archaeology and Religion, Dr Jacqui Mulville - Guerilla Archaeology at summer festivals

If you would like any further information about the scheme please contact Community@cardiff.ac.uk