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Media Fellowships Network - update your information

Were you a British Science Association Media Fellow? Would you like to keep up to date with opportunities to engage with the public and the media? Would you like to network with current and past Media Fellows?

If yes, we'd like to invite you to join the Media Fellows Network and to help us set this up, can you please provide us with your up-to-date information? Please complete this very short form which will take less than 10 minutes to complete and will let us know how best to contact you and what you’re interested in doing with us! 

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NB - Please only complete this form if you are a past Media Fellow. If you have not been a Media Fellow and would like to find out more, visit the Media Fellowships pages

If your name has changed since you were a Media Fellow, please let us know both your current and previous names.
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The Media Fellows Network aims to bring together current and past Fellows for networking and other opportunities (such as media work, writing opportunities and other public engagement projects) that might be interesting for you. Would you like to be involved? If you prefer not to be involved, please ignore the remaining questions in this survey
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