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Develop your skills to effectively communicate your research findings both in an academic and non-academic context.



Begin to develop the skills you will need to present your research.  View and book these workshops.

Presenting at conferences
Designing effective PowerPoint slides
Handling nerves



Begin thinking about the impact of your research, and the tools, skills and opportunities to communicate your research to a wider audience.  View and book these workshops.

Getting started with public engagement
Designing an academic poster
Famelab training and information session
Famelab one to one appointments
Twitter: tools and strategies for researchers

Take opportunities to present your work within the University and at conferences, and further develop your skills for engaging diverse audiences with key impacts of your research.  View and book these workshops.


3 Minute Thesis (3MT) Information session and lunch
3MT Finalists training
Media engagement

Active participation in opportunities to present your research in both an academic and non-academic context is the best way to develop these skills. Take part in public engagement competitions, deliver posters and presentations at conferences, get your research into the media, build up your social media presence and consider starting your own researcher website or blog. Find out more on Blackboard.

Explore these key opportunities:

Three Minute Thesis (3MT)


Research As Art

Swansea University PGR Poster Competition


A full online course on public engagement is available via Blackboard, along with materials on presenting, PowerPoint slide design and creating academic posters.