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Science Communication 102

Join us on October 23rd at 2pm ET to learn how to effectively tell your science story as a narrative. 

This is a guest blog post from Amanda Veri, a PhD candidate at the University of Toronto. After some training and a few conversations with E4D staff, Amanda had a sucessful meeting with Stephen Lecce (King-Vaughan). Read on to find out why she chose to meet with him and what she thinks you can do as a researcher. 

Objective, sound, and robust science, evidence, and data are needed to inform policy. When government decisions are made on the best available evidence, our health, environment, economy, and communities benefit

The Parliamentary Committee on Finance (FINA) accepted 2,000 word submissions in advance of the 2019 federal budget. 

Join us on August 22nd, at 2 PM ET to talk the basics of science communication from an audience-focused, research-supported perspective.