CLS Impact and Outreach
We at the Centre of Entrepreneurship hope that the start of the semester is treating you all well.
We’d like to share with you our first Masterclass of this semester, which is open to all students, staff and the general public.
As you know, The Centre of Entrepreneurship host Entrepreneurial Masterclasses which offer advanced insights into the career journey of successful entrepreneurs, and also knowledge of a cutting-edge area which they have become experts in, followed by a Q&A session.
Want to get involved in Public Engagement but not sure how to?
Have an idea for an activity/project but need some help bringing it to fruition?
Need assistance with writing a funding application for public engagement?
Have any question Public Engagement related, come and see us in the Street.
We have an exciting workshop taking place next Monday the 17th, from 12-1:30pm in CTIR 1.23. Animator Andrew Low from Dundee Contemporary Arts will be leading a short workshop on using the iPads and I Can Animate software to create short science films in preparation for working with schools on the Animating Science project. Please come along and give it a try, you never know what you might create!
Food and drink provided - if you are planning to attend please let Erin Hardee at email@example.com know for catering numbers.
The newest spin-out company from the School, Platinum Informatics Ltd, has already been recognised by Converge Challenge who aim to create a new generation of entrepreneurs in Scotland. The company founded by Professor Angus Lamond and Rob Kent has made the final for the Converge Challenge award category for those with an established idea. The company looks to maximise the efficiency and productivity of the modern workplace by enabling access to Big Data Technology.
The Microbiology Society announced Senga Robertson-Albertyn, a PhD student from the Division of Plant Sciences based at the James Hutton Institute, as the winner of their 2018 Microbiology Outreach Prize for her project Microbe Motels: How to make a Healthy Poo.
A sharing of practice by artists Kira O’Reilly, Clara Ursitti and Ker Wallwork followed by an open discussion.
This event is part of the project "Doing Science in a Gendered World"; an event, workshop and exhibition (Feb-April 2019) organised by LifeSpace and School of Life Sciences Athena SWAN.