Public Engagement Projects
The Botanic Garden is the perfect venue for academic researchers to use to engage with the public about their science. We hold events and activities throughout the year at both the Botanic Garden and Harcourt Arboretum. Please contact us if you are interested in participating.
Pathways to Impact
If you are an academic interested in working with the Botanic Garden or Harcourt Arboretum to deliver your Pathways to Impact, please contact Professor Simon Hiscock, Director. More information about the kinds of impact activities that are possible can be downloaded here.
Read about recent public engagement projects here:
Getting the public excited about your science, since 2010: A public engagement training module for DPhil students in the Department of Plant Sciences
Public engagement training for researchers, November 2015: An introduction to translating your research into hands-on activities
Trainee Education and Outreach Officers and Horticultural trainees, May 2015: Presentation Skills and Science Communication training
HLF-funded trainee Education and Outreach Officers, September 2013: Presentation Skills and Science Communication training
Chemistry at the Garden, since 2011