#EUSEA2020 Goes Online!
Dear EUSEA members and friends,
You may all remember that in spring this year we had to decide to postpone the EUSEA Conference 2020 to the end of October. We all hoped that the virus would allow all of us to meet in person in Cork from 28 to 30 October. Now we all find ourselves in a world where we still have outbreaks of the pandemic, multiple travel restrictions, university lockdowns and difficult situations for many of us in our personal or professional lifes.
Whatever the “New Normal” will be after this crisis – we are not there yet!
Therefore, the EUSEA Board together with the organising team in Cork, decided to transform this year’s conference into a digital gathering. We all know that nothing is better than meeting in person, but we promise to make the conference as interactive, joyful and inspiring as possible!
Get ready for a Swirling Digital Get-Together!
EUSEA Main Conference 29-30 October 2020
EUSEA Pre-Conference 28 October 2020
Our plan is to conduct the conference with the same programme we had planned for our physical meeting. The final program will, of course, depend upon the availability of all speakers and keynotes. We will send a new invitation to all speakers who had confirmed contributions soon.
Keep safe and healthy!
Your #EUSEA2020 Conference Team and EUSEA Board
Information on the EUSEA Conference 2020
The European Science Engagement Conference annually unites the international community of science communication and public engagement professionals. #EUSEA2020 offers all practitioners in the field a Pan-European platform to expand their networks and enhance their skills via inspiring keynotes, interactive sessions and co-creative workshops.
The conference shares and discusses relevant topics, funding programs and formats mainly related to the areas of public engagement and science communication. In 2020 the conference will be held in Cork, Ireland. A new date will be announced shortly, the plan is to keep the program as it is and postpone it to September or October 2020.
You can find a first draft of the planned program here – we will adapt the program over the next weeks, depending on the feedback from our speakers: