Learn how to translate your work into compelling and readily-understandable, everyday language that will engage the public and help them appreciate science.
In this course, participants will learn how to translate their work into compelling and readily-understandable, everyday language that will engage the public and help them appreciate science.
This course will also help practicing scientists build the skills and techniques necessary to better communicate their scientific interests, research, and current projects to other scientists not familiar with the details of the workshop participant’s field.
Designed for scientists at all education and experience levels, this workshop features a group exercise that help drive home its practical applications.
After this workshop, expect to encounter far fewer glazed-over eyes and more engaged audiences.
Be able to translate your research into everyday language for the public.
Anyone in a STEM-related field or organization who seeks to effectively communicate science to the public and colleagues in unrelated fields who are unfamiliar with their work.
o Know your audience
o Distill you message
o Focus on the WHy
o Tell Your Story
Attendance at the courses held in conjunction with the ACS Fall 2022 Meeting in Chicago requires full vaccination. You will receive a message after registration with directions to verify your vaccination status.
Hyatt Regency McCormick Place
2233 South Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
Chicago, IL 60616
|Early Bird||Full Price|
|Member or Associate(Standard or Basic Package)||$145|
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