Member Meetings are a new initiative to make more of the ‘Forum’ aspect of NHSF membership. They are an opportunity for staff, students and members of NHSF member organisations to contribute to, and benefit from, the knowledge and practice that exists across the Forum’s membership.
There are three meetings a year; one on each of the three strands of the strategic framework. Each meeting will have a specific focal point and members are invited to contribute to a roundtable discussion as well as share wider ‘news and views’ on their work relevant to each strand of the framework.
Our Member Meeting of 28th June 2023 was a facilitated workshop on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.
This NHSF Members' Meeting, on 26th May 10.00-11.30 (online) was designed to build on the Impact working group's research into how to make it easier to demonstrate the impact of…
Digital Society ‘Deep Dive’
Members' Meeting, 3rd May 2023, 10.30-13.00 (Zoom). This session focuses on gaps and major challenges in UK heritage science digital infrastructure and hears about potential solutions (RICHeS and E-RIHS).
Aligning heritage science to UK science curricula
NHSF Members Meeting on 22nd September, 12.00-14.00. Heritage scientists and educators are invited to discuss recent research into how heritage science aligns to UK curricula and explore use of the…
Heritage science infrastructure investment
This event, hosted by the National Heritage Science Forum (NHSF) Research Working Group, celebrated the recent enhancement of Heritage Science research infrastructure through the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s (AHRC)…
Full STEAM ahead!
Our June Members' Meeting took place on 16 June 2021 and focused on the use of heritage science to engage with children of school age.
Developing an impact toolkit for heritage science
The April Members' Meeting brought members together to discuss how to develop a toolkit to measure the impact of heritage science.
Societal challenges and heritage science research
Our Member Meeting in December 2020 focused on discussion of five proposed societal challenges for heritage science research.
Citizen science and diversity in heritage science, July 2020
Our July 2020 Member Meeting on the 'Skilled and Diverse Community' strand of the strategic framework moved online and was offered in two parts on the 6th and 8th July.
Demonstrating the impact of heritage science, March 2020
NHSF members met in Edinburgh on the 6th of March to discuss the impact strand of the Strategic Framework for Heritage Science in the UK. The meeting aimed to clarify…
Supporting excellent interdisciplinary research, November 2019
The November 2019 NHSF member meeting focused on the ‘Excellent Research’ strand of the Strategic Framework for Heritage Science in the UK and in particular, the desired outcome of ‘an…