Communicate your research! Join Engage for a free science communication workshop teaching you how to talk with the public.
WHEN: Thursday, April 9, 2015
TIME: 3:00 to 5:30 PM
WHERE: Foege Genome Sciences, Room S060 – (map)
This FREE workshop is ideal for UW graduate students wanting to improve their science communication skills. With the help of trained instructors, you will develop short, jargon-free messages about your research. Through exercises and feedback, you will practice tailoring your message to the public, journalists, and scientists. Participants will enjoy refreshments and learn about opportunities around UW to improve their science communication skills. Participants providing anonymous feedback will get candy and may win copies of Don’t Be Such a Scientist and Escape from the Ivory Tower.
RSVPs are appreciated (but optional). To RSVP, please click here.
This workshop is sponsored by the Student Public Health Association at the University of Washington, and is led by graduate student instructors trained in science communication through ENGAGE. To learn more about ENGAGE, please visit online.