Workshops are interactive sessions led by Gates Scholars or professional facilitators selected by the Learning for Purpose working group.

They are usually run as a 'half-day' session during a weekday evening or 'full-day' over a weekend day.

Upcoming Workshops Lent 2020
  • R course (16, 23 and 30 January 17:30, Sainsbury Lab)

  • How to find your voice as a writer - with the former Guardian Editor-at-large (25 January, GSCR)

  • Digital Verification with BBC Afrian Eye (1 February, 9:00-17:00, GSCR)

  • Improving Writing Strategies for Publication (8 February, 9:30, GSCR)

  • First Aid Course (15th February 9:30, GSCR)

  • Science Communication: How to pitch your research to the press (18th February, 18:30, GSCR) 

  • Public Engagement in Research (24 February, 18:30, GSCR) 

  • Accesibility Workshop (3 March, 18:30, GSCR) 

**Location information: there is wheelchair access. There is basic seating, a partially accessible toilet, general car parking, and blue badge parking. This isn't a gender neutral toilet, a hearing loop, a bsl interpreter, or a designated quiet space.

Past Workshops Michaelmas 2019
  • BAME Speed Mentoring Session (17th October)

  • First Aid Course - certified (19th October) 

  • Fieldwork Panel (2nd November)

  • Imposter Syndrome Workshop (6th November)

  • Public Speaking Workshop (13th November) 

  • Academic writing workshop (23rd November) 

  • Open opinion writing with the Financial Times (25th November) 

  • Co-creation: doing good without harm (5th December) 

  • R course (7th November - 5th December) 


To find out more you can contact us or look out for the weekly Gates Cambridge email bulletin, take a look at the term Booklet or the Facebook page.

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