Past events can be a source of inspiration for your own event. Here are a few examples of events held in 2016 and 2017 giving an idea of the range of topics and presentation styles that can be used.
- Achieving gender equality for young women - Dr Emma Jones, University of Exeter
- Living with robots - Professor Andy Miah, University of Salford
- Belonging: Happiness in the City - part one, preparation - from the Translation and Translanguaging: Investigating Linguistic and Cultural Transformations in Superdiverse Wards in Four UK Cities (TLANG) blog.
- What does ‘collective control’ look like for communities? - Communities in Control, on the School for Public Health Research blog
- Teaching workers rights using Harry Potter - the personal blog of James Harrison, Academic at Warwick University, relating to the Festival 2016 event 'Addressing Challenging Issues with Young People'
- Aberdeen Go: A Pokémon-based walk and fitness game and discussion of adventures in digital being - a personal blog for this event in the Festival 2016.
- Speed Geeking the Many Dimensions of Migration
- Promoting community fitness for the physically disabled
- False, fake and fibs: The science behind misinformation, 2018
- Addressing the meat problems: What role for social science?, 2017
- The Festival of Social Science in Glasgow, including Glasgow visits Ikea, 2017
- Putting big data to "good use" - SAGE Publishing, 2017
- 21st Century Man - Manchester Metropolitan University, 2017
- My voice, my story: the lived experience of being a non-traditional student at university - Bournemouth University, 2016
- Living with robots - University of Salford, 2016
- The Social Science Market - University of Glasgow, 2016
- Decent work and decent adult social care - Manchester Metropolitan University, 2016
- The rime of the Ancient Manchester - Manchester Metropolitan University, 2016
- Plymouth Past Sustainable Future - Plymouth University, 2016
- Awaken the spirit of discovery in science outside - Plymouth University, 2016
- 5th Anniversary Screening of RUFUS STONE - Bournemouth University, 2016
Plymouth's Festival Radio Shows - Radio Cognovia and Red House Radio
You can also view images from some of the other events held in 2016 via Flickr, including:
- Talking Big Data
- Love a maggot
- Is social media good for politics?
- Crisis management in business: finding resilience? (PDF, 1.6Mb) (2016)
- Bio-technology - should we do what we can? (PDF, 137Kb) (2016)
- Piracy and Plymouth: privateering, profiting and policing (external PDF) (2016)
Ir/Responsible Enterprise - St Andrews, Scotland
- Ruth Woodfield presentation (PDF, 1.1Mb) (University of St Andrews)
- Thessa Furhmann and Shona Russell presentation (PDF, 1.6Mb) (University of St Andrews)
The Future of Higher Education (Skope website)