The Science Network Workshop Series
Please join the Science Network for one of the workshops listed below. These sessions are part of a series offered to Science Network members to provide training opportunities to strengthen your communication and advocacy skills. There are three different levels of workshops that might appeal to you: introductory (101), advanced (202), and early career scientist (ECS).
With greater access to reliable information and partnerships that encourage all voices are heard, decisions and policies in our communities can be more informed, more just, and better protect our health, safety and, environment. June’s Science Network Workshop Series webinars offer a unique opportunity for scientists to join with community leaders to gain greater awareness, strategies, and tangible advice on how to be stronger partners when addressing issues within their communities. The Union of Concerned Scientists and Coming Clean are teaming up to offer the following webinar:
Monday, June 29, 3:00 p.m ET
Speakers: Mónica I. Feliú-Mójer, Vice-director, Ciencia Puerto Rico and Program Manager, iBiology; Michele Roberts, Co-Coordinator of Environmental Justice and Health Alliance
Everyone has a story tell—and so does every research project. Your ability to share your personal story—and as critical, to welcome and hear others’ stories— is essential to creating meaningful connections among different communities and perspectives involved in the issues you’re trying to address. Learn about ways to communicate your experience and research to different audiences. Get tips on how to actively invite, listen to, and support others’ stories and experiences. These practices will help to build new bridges and ultimately shape a more inclusive understanding of your science in social context.
ECS/101: Not Just Another Powerpoint: Best practices to bring your presentation to life
101 Level Workshops:
202 Level Workshops:
Early Career Scientist Workshops: