Registration for Science Communication 102 is now open!

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

Why do narratives matter in science storytelling? How do you structure a story? How do you craft a science story with emotion? With a beginning, middle and end? 

We'll answer all of these questions and more in our Science Communication 102 Webinar, building on our previous Science Communication 101 Webinar. We'll discuss why you should tell your science story as a narrative and how you can frame the scientist as the hero!

Join us to hear from Jeremiah Yarmie (the science communicator who brought you #scicomm 101) and learn something new, ask questions, and discuss the best strategies for making science more accessible in the public sphere. 

Join us on October 23rd, at 2 PM ET to take your science communication skills to the next level.

Register Here!

Emma Bugg

Communications and Engagement Coordinator

Emma is passionate about social and environmental justice and has worked on climate change issues for a variety of non-profit organizations. She has worked to learn leadership and organizing skills through volunteer work, as well as through social justice leadership training programs including IMPACT!