Opportunities for Public Communication of Science
March 5 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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Join us for a panel of speakers who will share the diverse ways in which they communicate science to public audiences. The time on March 5 is 4:30-6:30pm, with the virtual happy hour and informal discussion beginning at 6pm.
- Julia Nolte, PhD student in Human Development at Cornell. An alum of this course just last year, and now already a published #scicomm-er, e.g. here, here, and here.
- Sarah Perdue, Cornell PhD ’11. Director of Communications, Department of Physics, University of Wisconsin-Madison. An alum of an earlier version of this course.
- Ariel Zych, Cornell BS ’07. Education Director, Science Friday.
- Mark Sarvary, Cornell PhD ’06. Director of Cornell’s Investigative Biology Teaching Laboratories, producer of Locally-Sourced Science podcast and other examples of public communication of science and technology
To join via ZOOM (note, this panel is open to the public):
Meeting ID: 990 2987 0253, Passcode: 245185
This event kicks off the public portion of COMM 5660 Science Communication Workshop taught by Bruce Lewenstein which follows on March 6 & 7 9am-5pm each day. For more information see last year’s course syllabus. Read about advice from last year’s panelists in Opportunities for Public Communication of Science.
Science Communication Workshop
COMM 5660 (1 cr. B. Lewenstein, course #13779) A weekend workshop offered fall and spring that trains researchers in the sciences (including natural sciences, engineering, experimental social sciences, etc.) to communicate effectively with non-scientists such as policymakers, political stakeholders, the media, and the general public. Training activities may include role-play, reading/discussion, writing press releases and other outreach materials, and discussion with invited speakers.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org so I can transmit your request to the registrar provided there is still room in the course.
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