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LSE Shout! 2015

Can you get more out of your research? Learn the skills which help you communicate your research innovatively and effectively.

LSE Shout! is back for a second year. Set in the beautiful surroundings of Cumberland Lodge, LSE Shout! offers a series of interdisciplinary workshops designed to provide researchers with the skills that will enable them to engage people more effectively with their research through innovative communication channels.

Targeted primarily at PhD students and early career researchers, the workshops are taught by a variety of industry practitioners from the fields of public speaking, filmmaking, and graphic design.

This year's LSE Shout! will take place from Friday 19 to Sunday 21 June 2015. Applications are open  and you can apply on our applications page. Please be aware that applications are only open to LSE staff and students, as well as researchers from associated London based Doctoral Training Centres.

For photos and participants' films from last year's LSE Shout! you can have a look at the LSE Shout! 2014 page. 


Friday 19 June

Afternoon briefing at LSE

Coach leaves LSE for Cumberland Lodge


Workshop: communicating research through comedy

Saturday 20 June


Workshop: research poster design


Workshop: 3 minute-thesis


Workshop: communicating research through film

Sunday 21 June


Opportunity to visit the Royal Chapel at WIndsor


Workshop: communicating research through film (continued)

Coach leaves Cumberland Lodge for LSE

Feedback from last year's participants

"The most useful things about LSE Shout! were that it helped me think about my research from a very different perspective. I also enjoyed learning about other people's research and their career plans."

"Seeing people organise and present their research helped me to learn through observing others."

"The best part was working and having fun in teams and as a big group, learning how to interact more effectively in different settings and with different characters!"