Advanced Research Consortium on Gender, Culture and the Knowledge Society

Project

Guerilla Science: Public Science Installations, Interventions and Interruptions Pilot Project

Project Description

This inter-institutional and interdisciplinary research examines the potential for STEM Outreach best practice by drawing together scientists and artists to create public exhibitions to take STEM communication into public spaces and to change the way people engage with science in society. NUI Galway, November 2011.

Project Details

Principal Investigator:

Dr. Kevin Davison, School of Education, NUI Galway

Co-Investigators:

Dr. Veronica McCauley, School of Education, NUI Galway
Dr. Christine Domegan, Marketing, NUI Galway
Dr. Sarah Knight, Ryan Institute, NUI Galway
Dr. Emily Cullen, Arts Manager & Events Coordinator
Ms. Eileen Healy, Photography, GMIT

External Partner:

GMIT

Dates:

October 2011-Deember 2011

Grant Source:

NUI Galway Research Office, Community Knowledge Initiative, NUI Galway, and NUI Galway Art Gallery

Grant Amount:

NUI Galway Research Office - €3500
Community Knowledge Initiative, NUI Galway - €500
NUI Galway Art Gallery - €1500

Project Outputs

Research papers forthcoming.

Advanced Research Consortium on Gender, Culture and the Knowledge Society