CSaP Policy Fellowships bring decision makers from government and industry to the University as the basis for developing useful and lasting connections with researchers. The Programme has been welcomed in academia as an effective pathway to impact, and in government and indsutry as an efficient form of executive education.
Each Policy Fellow begins their fellowship with a tailored five-day programme of meetings with leading academics. They maintain active links with the Centre throughout their two-year fellowship.
CSaP Policy Workshops provide a neutral platform upon which groups of researchers and policy makers share knowledge and develop new thinking. Theses events vary from small, invitation-only round table events, to larger, public symposia, and build upon the one-to-one interaction that take place in the Policy Fellowships Programme.
CSaP Professional Development teaches early career researchers (PhDs and post-docs) about the policy making process and the realities of engaging with it. The training seminars and networking events that the Centre runs, provide opportunities for early career researchers to meet and engage with early career policy professionals.
You can find a list of future and past Professional Development events here.
CSaP Distinguished Lectures provide opportunities to air important issues that span both the sciences and engineering on the one hand and policy in government and industry on the other. Speakers are eminent researchers, policy professionals and people who have opperated at the junction between research and policy.
You can find a list of future and past Distinguished Lectures here.