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Women Like Me Executive Summary 2019 (2019)
Report
Fogg-Rogers, L., & Hobbs, L. (2019). Women Like Me Executive Summary 2019. Royal Academy of Engineering

Only 11% of engineers in the UK are women. For democratic, utilitarian and equity reasons this is not enough. Both recruitment and retention are important – more girls need to connect with engineering as a creative, socially conscious, collaborative... Read More

SiP 2019 Engaged In Busy Work - Practitioner Development (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Fogg-Rogers, L. (2019, July). SiP 2019 Engaged In Busy Work - Practitioner Development. Presented at Science in Public 2019

This presentation introduced preceding festival research which led to the creation of the project ‘Unkindest Cut’. International research from the Science Live project indicated that science festival and event organisers considered their work to be a... Read More

Making the invisible visible. Using art to engage people in healthy urban development (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Sardo, M., Larbey, R., & Laggan, S. (2019, June). Making the invisible visible. Using art to engage people in healthy urban development. Presented at SciComm South West 2019

“Shape our City” is a UWE Bristol creative engagement project working with researchers and Bristol-based citizens and organisations on understanding the city's priorities for achieving healthy urban development. In this project we developed a ran... Read More

Evaluation of the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures (2019)
Report
Sardo, M., Fogg-Rogers, L., & Little, H. (2019). Evaluation of the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures

This report aims to detail the key findings of the evaluation of the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures and its relevance to the Royal Institution. It brings together the findings from the three interim reports previously produced and showcases new... Read More

Evaluation of the Q Method as a public engagement tool (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Margarida, S., & Sinnett, D. (2018, December). Evaluation of the Q Method as a public engagement tool. Presented at Science In Public Conference (2018)

There is continuing encouragement for more researchers to engage with the public around their research. One of the goals of public engagement is to ensure that there is public input about policy decisions that may require difficult choices among comp... Read More

Making STEM for everyone: Resources for supporting people from under-represented groups to engage with Science, Technology, Mathematics and Engineering (2018)
Other
Hobbs, L., & Fogg Rogers, L. (2018). Making STEM for everyone: Resources for supporting people from under-represented groups to engage with Science, Technology, Mathematics and Engineering

A resource compilation This document provides a compilation of resources for supporting people from under-represented groups to study STEM subjects, enter STEM careers and see that STEM subjects can be ‘for them’. The list is arranged in a seri... Read More

“Unfortunately, I use my car”: Commuter transport choices in Bristol, UK (2018)
Journal Article
Boushel, C., Barnes, J., Chatterton, T., Devito, L., Edwards, A., Rogers, L. F., …Hayes, E. (2018). “Unfortunately, I use my car”: Commuter transport choices in Bristol, UK. https://doi.org/10.2495/air180231

The leading source of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) concentrations in Bristol, United Kingdom is road transport, and Bristol exceeds the annual mean national air quality objective of 40 μg/m3 for NO2 in many locations around the city. Understanding the reas... Read More

Air pollution in the Aveiro region, Portugal: A citizens’ engagement approach (2018)
Journal Article
Coelho, S., Rodrigues, V., Barnes, J., Boushel, C., Devito, L., & Lopes, M. (2018). Air pollution in the Aveiro region, Portugal: A citizens’ engagement approach. https://doi.org/10.2495/air180241

Air pollution has become a growing concern in the past few years, with an increasing number of acute air pollution episodes in many cities worldwide. In Portugal, especially in the region of Aveiro, high concentrations of particulate matter are frequ... Read More

Claircity project: Citizen-led scenarios to improve air quality in European cities (2018)
Journal Article
Hayes, E., King, A., Callum, A., Williams, B., Vanherle, K., Boushel, C., …Longhurst, J. (2018). Claircity project: Citizen-led scenarios to improve air quality in European cities. https://doi.org/10.2495/air180221

Air pollution has as significant impact on the health of European citizens, particularly in urban areas, and was responsible for more than 400,000 premature deaths in Europe in 2014. It is within our cities where this public health impact is most acu... Read More

Engineering and society: Embedding active service learning in undergraduate curricula (2018)
Book Chapter
Fogg Rogers, L., & Fowles-Sweet, W. (2018). Engineering and society: Embedding active service learning in undergraduate curricula. In A. Nortcliffe, R. Penlington, J. Andrews, & R. Clark (Eds.), 5TH Annual Symposium of the United Kingdom & Ireland Engineering Education Research Network, 125-129. Aston University

Undergraduate education incorporating active learning through education outreach presents a critical opportunity to influence future engineering teaching and practice capabilities. Engineering education outreach activities have been shown to have mul... Read More

Learning from engagement: Exploring cultures of science communication at live science events (2018)
Thesis
Fogg Rogers, L. Learning from engagement: Exploring cultures of science communication at live science events. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/869373

This thesis is submitted to meet the requirements of a Doctorate of Philosophy within the field of Psychology. Through a series of nine publications, this body of work aimed to develop a deeper psychological understanding of cultures of science commu... Read More

Robots vs animals: Cultures of public engagement (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Fogg Rogers, L. (2017, December). Robots vs animals: Cultures of public engagement. Poster presented at Engage 2017

A widespread culture supporting public engagement activities in higher education is desirable but difficult to establish. Drawing on social cognitive theory, this science communication project aimed to enhance culture change in engineering by develop... Read More

Engineering and society: Embedding active service learning in undergraduate curricula (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Fogg Rogers, L., & Fowles-Sweet, W. (2017, November). Engineering and society: Embedding active service learning in undergraduate curricula. Paper presented at UK & Ireland Engineering Education Research Network Symposium 2017: Time for Change! Challenging the Status Quo in Engineering Education

Undergraduate education incorporating active learning through education outreach presents a critical opportunity to influence future engineering teaching and practice capabilities. Engineering education outreach activities have been shown to have mul... Read More

Learning to grow: Evaluation and reflective practice (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Fogg Rogers, L. (2017, November). Learning to grow: Evaluation and reflective practice. Presented at UK Science Festival Network Conference 2017

This presentation provided information about the UK Science Festival Network Pilot Evaluation in 2017. It gave recommendations for evaluation tools and future reflective practice for event practitioners.

Our future with clean air: ClairCity (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Chatterton, T., Fogg Rogers, L., Boushel, C., & Hayes, E. T. (2017, October). Our future with clean air: ClairCity. Presented at Changing Minds: Communicate Symposium on Behaviour Change

In the European project ClairCity (www.claircity.eu), we apply a societal approach to behaviour change towards reducing air pollution and carbon emissions in cities. The project is engaging with citizens and policymakers from six European cities/regi... Read More

Engineering and society: Embedding active service learning in undergraduate curricula (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Fogg Rogers, L., & Fowles-Sweet, W. (2017, September). Engineering and society: Embedding active service learning in undergraduate curricula. Presented at Unibility: Conference on University Social Responsibility

Background Universities occupy a vital role in the community; thus undergraduate education incorporating active service learning provides opportunities to influence communities now and in the future (1). One example is engineering education outreach... Read More

Does being human influence science and technology? (2017)
Journal Article
Fogg Rogers, L. (2017). Does being human influence science and technology?

This article addresses two major questions about women and science. Firstly, the commentary looks at the ways science and technology are discussed and represented all around us in society. Secondly, I ask whether this matters. The defining issue is t... Read More

Society vs the individual: How can we work together to enable behaviour change? (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Fogg Rogers, L. (2017, September). Society vs the individual: How can we work together to enable behaviour change?. Presented at Community Psychology Festival 2017

In order to prevent potential climate change catastrophe we need many countries and cultures to work together towards a shared aim. However, political, geographical and even administrative barriers mean this gargantuan task is often neglected by poli... Read More