[pccgrads] PCC 593: Silberner on "Climate Communication -- A Journalist's Perspective." Tue 2/10 at 3:30

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PCC 593: Perspectives on Communicating Climate (Seminar)

Speaker: Joanne Silberner, Artist-in-Residence, UW Communications Department

Title: "Climate Communication -- A Journalist's Perspective."

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

3:30 PM-4:20PM

OSB 425

Speaker Bio: Joanne Silberner is an artist-in-residence in the Department of
Communication at the University of Washington, and contributes stories and
editing to GlobalPost, NPR and the BBC/PRI show "The World." For 18 years,
she was a health policy correspondent at NPR, covering medicine, health
policy, mental health, and global health. Prior to that she spent five years
covering consumer health and medical research at U.S. News & World Report.
In addition, she has worked at Science News magazine, Science Digest, and
has freelanced for various publications, including the Washington Post,
Health, USA Today, Practical Horseman, and Kaiser Health News. .more.
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Remaining Seminars in the Series:

Week 7 (Feb 17)
Guests: Greg Quetin, Graduate Student, UW Atmospheric Sciences
Abigail Steinem, Graduate Student, UW School of Art + Art History + Design
Title: "If you communicate and no one listens, did you communicate?"

Week 8 (Feb. 24)
Guest: Rev. Jenny Phillips
Title: "Religious Frames for Climate Change"

Week 9 (March 3)
Guest: Amy Snover, Climate Impacts Group
Topic: TBA

Coordinator: Miriam Bertram uwpcc at uw.edu

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