Three female researchers smile and each hold their 2020 Stephen Fry Award winners trophies. From Left to Right, Dr Senga Robertson-Albertyn (Engaged Early Career Researcher), Prof Mel Woods (GROW Observatory - Public Engagement Project of the Year) and Dr Amy Rogers (Engaged Researcher of the Year).

Public engagement is embedded in our academic workload planning, our promotion criteria and in annual staff appraisals process (Objective Setting and Reviews).

The Stephen Fry Public Engagement Awards recognise the work of our outstanding staff and students. These awards highlight people and projects that engage a wider audience with the University, and the benefits this brings to society. We recognise staff and students by nominating them for national public engagement awards.