The Science of Science Communication

Session ID#: 86266

Session Description:
Back by popular demand! Science communication is a diverse and transdisciplinary field that has been gaining traction in recent years. In tandem, the expectation that scientists become proficient at science communication to all audiences is rising. In order to bridge the gap between the scientific and public audiences, this NSF-funded workshop will develop early career scientists’ verbal and visual communication skills. Free lunch included and open to only 50 participants. Register at and contact Hayley Schiebel ( for any questions or to get put on a waitlist.
Submitter:  Hayley Schiebel, Suffolk University, Center for Urban Ecology and Sustainability, Boston, MA, United States
Onsite Contact:  Hayley Schiebel, Suffolk University, Boston, MA, United States

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