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Researchers from leading UK and US institutions, including St George's, have published an analysis outlining the disproportionate effect of Covid-19 on ethnic minority groups
We are committed to Public Engagement in all its forms, from science communication through our successful Spotlight on Science events, to working in partnership with patients in our education and research and in collaborating on unique projects with our local community, such as our Inside Science programme with HMP Wandsworth.
Explore these pages and learn more about our public engagement work, find out about our events, discover how to get involved and be inspired to develop your own public engagement projects.
Latest News: We have developed a Public Engagement Strategy 2020-2024 following a period of engagement and consultation. This strategy builds upon our strengths and sets out our intentions and approach for the future.
Read the Public Engagement Strategy 2020-2024 (Word).
Discover the research and education we are doing at St George's and be inspired to get involved.
Discover what public and civic engagement means to St George's by reading some of our public engagement stories from our staff and students.
This programme develops the next generation of public engagement scholars, role models and practitioners.
Learn about what public and civic engagement means at St George's: get involved, discover opportunities and explore resources.
Join our network of staff and students who are interested in public and civic engagement.
Throughout the year, St George's, University of London opens the door to the public with our Spotlight on Science talks.
A new podcast from the PhD community at St George’s University of London.
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