[pccgrads] Pacific Science Center communications training,
Monday 2/26 5:15 in ATG 310
Michael S Diamond
diamond2 at uw.edu
Wed Feb 21 09:23:25 PST 2018
There are a handful of spots left for the communications training — grab
one now if you're interested!
Also, the Pacific Science Center is having a separate training for anyone
who volunteers for the Polar Science Weekend. That is *not* associated with
this workshop, although they'll cover similar topics (Polar Science one
will focus more on training for the day-of events, this one is more
general). That said, our contacts at Pacific Science Center thought that
the information would be mostly redundant, and advise against signing up
for both (unless you're super into communication trainings).
On Thu, Feb 15, 2018 at 8:41 AM, Michael S Diamond <diamond2 at uw.edu> wrote:
> Hi all,
> The Program on Climate Change Graduate Student Steering Committee
> (P-GraSC) and GPSS Science & Policy Committee are exited to bring the
> Pacific Science Center to campus to lead a science communication workshop!
> Pacific Science Center's science and communication workshops prepare STEM
> professionals to have meaningful and effective conversations about their
> work. Join us to learn and practice science communication skills in a fun
> and interactive setting.
> Attendance will be limited to the first 30 confirmed RSVPs. Please fill
> out the Google form below to secure your spot:
> **Pizza will be provided**
> We also have a Facebook page for the event:
> Michael S. Diamond
> Graduate Student
> Advisor: Dr. Rob Wood
> Department of Atmospheric Sciences
> University of Washington
Michael S. Diamond
Advisor: Dr. Rob Wood
Department of Atmospheric Sciences
University of Washington
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