Register for our Science Communication Webinar!

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

What is science communication? How do you craft engaging science stories? What is the deficit model of science communication? Who can communicate science? Don't I already do science communication? Can you communicate science on Twitter?

We'll answer all of these questions and more in our Science Communication 101 Webinar. We'll discuss how to communicate science in an audience-focused, research-supported manner, and have fun doing it too!

Join us to learn something new, ask questions, and discuss the best strategies for making science more accessible in the public sphere. 

Register below and we'll send you the link to join us for the webinar on August 22nd. And we'll also let you know when we are doing our Science Communication 102 Webinar!

Register here

 


 

Jeremiah Yarmie

Communications and Outreach Intern

Jeremiah is a science communicator from Winnipeg in Treaty 1 Territory who is fascinated by all of the different ways science intersects with our everyday lives.