Upcoming SciComm Workshops

Fall 2019

Science Talks - Talk So People Will Listen: Crafting an Effective Science Presentation

September 11, 2019

12 p.m.
Rosentiel Penthouse

WISI Communications Lab workshop announcementTalk So People Will Listen: Crafting an effective science presentation is open to people of all skill levels to help you give the best talk possible. This one-hour workshop will help you:

  1. Learn the assertion/evidence approach to presentations,
  2. Curate your data to convince and engage your audience,
  3. Practice what you’ve learned in a low pressure environment.

Come to the workshop with a presentation, meeting, or audience in mind, and you’ll be ready to create your own compelling presentation that people will want to listen to! Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop.

Introduction to the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship (GRFP)

September 25, 2019

12 p.m.
Shapiro Science Center Library

This workshop requires 10 participants, so a signup is required.

Interested in being a self-funded scientist? The SciComm Lab and the DivSci PreAward Group have partnered to host an informational workshop on the prestigious (but attainable) NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program. If you are a US citizen, national or permanent resident who is either a senior undergraduate intending on attending graduate school or a grad student in your first or second year, you have a shot! Please attend the session to learn what you can do to establish yourself as a unique scientist and the best candidate for this fellowship.  

Visual Design

October 25, 2019

11 a.m.

Janna is facilitating an Adobe Illustrator workshop for the NBIO 208 and NBIO 207 (Neuro communication course).

Spring 2020

Specific Aims 1-2-3: a Grant Writing Workshop

Facilitated by the SciComm Lab.

SciComm Lab

January 16, 2020

12 p.m.

Host: Molecular Genetics Journal Club