Public Engagement with Research

Sharing the Benefits

The University of Lincoln is committed to public engagement with research. Research is fundamental to our mission as a university - this includes sharing the benefits of research with the wider public and creating opportunities for people to get involved.

Public engagement in research is a two-way process which can involve interaction, participation, and learning. It spans a wide variety of activities - from public lectures and showcase events, to members of the public taking party directly in real research projects. 

Lincoln is a signatory to the Manifesto for Public Engagement published by the UK's National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE).

You can find out more about the University of Lincoln's approach by reading our Public Engagement with Research Strategy (PDF).