We established these awards in 2016 to recognise and celebrate the excellent work Goldsmiths researchers at all career stages do with members of the public - whether they’re sharing ground-breaking findings with new audiences, or collaborating with the public throughout their research.
Since 2016, an exceptional range of innovative activities and projects have been nominated by academic staff and partner organisations alike, showcasing different approaches to engaging the public with research and practice.
Nominees have worked with organisations like the Whitechapel Gallery, the Wellcome Trust, Sky and Nesta to engage diverse audiences through music, poetry, art and even smartphone apps.
There is a real sense that researchers, partners and the public benefited from this work, demonstrating how research in the arts, humanities, social sciences and computing can create real positive change in the world.
Find out more about past winners, commendations and nominees:
- 2016 Warden's Annual Public Engagement Awards programme
- 2017 Warden's Annual Public Engagement Awards programme