A range of free resources are available for anyone to use, to promote the benefits of membership of the Royal Society of Biology (RSB).
Hard copy resources:
Materials request form - closed until further notice
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are unable to send out any hard copies of promotional materials at this time. When we are able to do so again, please complete all sections of the online request form no less than 7 working days before your event.
RSB promotional poster
This poster, which can be displayed at your institution, covers five reasons to join the RSB. You can fill in the details of your local RSB Ambassador in the bottom right hand corner.
RSB promotional powerpoint presentation
Can be used to deliver a presentation on the RSB and its membership benefits. Notes are included which can be personalised.
RSB promotional powerpoint presentation aimed at undergraduates
Can be used to deliver a presentation on the RSB and its membership benefits, aimed at undergraduate students. Notes are included which can be personalised.
RSB promotional holding slides
Four looped powerpoint slides to include at the beginning or end of your own presentation or event.
A list of frequently asked questions with answers to help you talk both generically about what the Society does, and more specifically about what RSB membership can offer.
Membership benefits spreadsheet
A grid of membership benefits and fees for each membership grade.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resources for RSB Ambassadors
RSB Ambassadors are enthusiastic and active members of the Society who act as the official, key RSB contact within their work or study place.
Ambassador briefing pack
This pack outlines ambassador communications with the RSB, guidance on representing the Society at an event, the process for facilitating new members to join, and details about collaboration opportunities.
Event risk assessment form - to be completed before the event
Please complete the risk assessment form for each of your events, and send this to email@example.com. You can see examples of how a risk assessment form is completed on the Branch Resources page under 'Health and Safety'.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.