Weekly Science Communication Clinics Begin Friday, Jan. 7
Weekly Science Communication Clinics
The clinics offer opportunities both to learn new approaches to communication (writing, publishing and presenting) and to get feedback and assistance on drafts of papers and grants.
Beginning Jan. 7, the Center for Science Communication will host a weekly Scholarly Communications Clinic on Fridays from 12:10-1:10 p.m. These clinics combine a workshop approach with consultation on attendees’ drafts. Thus, they offer an opportunity both to learn new approaches to writing and presenting and to get advice on issues specific to communication of your work.
Each clinic will include a brief presentation/discussion on a specific topic; the calendar will rotate through topics related to publishing, grant writing, figure design and presentations. The session will then open up to address attendees’ concerns, whether related to that session’s topic or their own work.
For those interested in applying the ideas discussed in the session, an exercise will be planned; those who want feedback or suggestions on their drafts may confer with other participants or the CSC’s consultants.
• Every Friday
• 12:10-1:10 p.m.
• 423 Light Hall
• No registration necessary
• Jan. 7: Using figures to communicate (Note—this session will discuss those figures that do not involve complex statistical methods or large quantities of data)
• Jan. 14: Defining your research question
• Jan. 21: Publication strategy
• Jan. 28: Organizing a presentation
• See CSC website or sign up for e-mail announcements for future topics
Please contact Jessica Moore (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.