Stories of engagementView more examples in the booklet: Inspiring examples of public engagement at Utrecht University (PDF). Stories of Engagers 7: Stephanie HelfferichWhich public engagement activities work, which don't, and how can you measure that? These are some of the questions occupying Stephanie Helfferich at the Public Engagement Program. Stories of Engagers 6: Corette WierengaDr. Corette Wierenga developed an activity in which children (and their parents) learned how brain connections change. Stories of Engagers 5: Werner RaubProfessor of Sociology Werner Raub has been a member of the task force since the start of the Public Engagement program, a driving force that monitors the progress of the program. Stories of Engagers 4: Roland GeraertsRoland Geraerts is a researcher and lecturer at the Department of Information and Computing Sciences. In recent years, he has been strongly committed to more appreciation for valorisation: Stories of Engagers 3: Rosan ReuskenRosan Reusken is communication officer at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. She supports researchers in sharing their research with a wide audience. Smart movies: sharing knowledge with movie-going familiesResearchers Susanne Schulz and Sanne Geeraerts talk about their family lecture for the movie ‘Lepel’ as part of the Smart Movies series. From Parochialism to an Inclusive City: A Film Intervention in UtrechtWhat do the people of Utrecht think of diversity? Psychologist Madelijn Strick makes a film in which various social groups from Utrecht are brought together. Stories of engagers 2: Poetry at WorkResearchers Dide van Eck and Noortje van Amsterdam conduct research in diversity within organisations. They document the results in unique poems. Hip&Co: a games app for chronically ill children and their friendsDuring the Hackaton Health Weekend at the UMCU, neurobiologist Heidi Lesscher worked with a.o. a graphic designer, a statician and an industrial designer, to make a game to stimulate play "Can we hear something that we cannot observe with our eyes?"“This is a radically different way to use our data”, oceanographer Erik van Sebille explains about Music by Oceans. He worked together with composer Stef Veldhuis to make ocean data audible. Terrorism classes for childrenHow do you talk about terrorism to school children? Utrecht researchers developed information and educational material for school teachers. Stories of engagers 1: From rough sleeper to duo researcherDr. Nienke Boesveldt uses a special method for her research about homeless people: she involved them in gathering the data. Media literacy program for migrant youngsters"This way, the students learn better to understand which choices journalists make, which ethical matters there are and how you shape the truth." The Powersaver game A PhD candidate developed a game that teaches players in a fun way to save electricity and gas at home.