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).
202: Pushing Back Against Misinformation
Thursday, March 26, 3PM ET
Presenters: Dave Anderson, Outreach Coordinator, Climate and Energy Program, UCS
Aaron Huertas, Science Communications Officer, UCS
Scott Mandia, Professor of Earth and space sciences, Assistant chair of the Physical Sciences Department, Suffolk County Community College, New York
With 24/7 news and social media, everyone has their own platform to share their views. But when policy makers and the media are spreading scientific misinformation, the public deserves to hear the truth from the experts. Join us for a webinar filled with science communication tips on how to engage on contentious issues, how to frame your arguments so they aren’t reinforcing the myths, and how to push through the cacophony so the truth can be heard.
Step Out of the Silo: Science through a Community & Social Justice Lens
Hear Me Out: Making Meaningful Connections through Storytelling
ECS/101: Not Just Another Powerpoint: Best practices to bring your presentation to life
202: Defending Science Under Scrutiny: How to address harassment and censorship
101 Level Workshops:
202 Level Workshops:
Early Career Scientist Workshops: