How does CAS approach science communication?
CAS trainees are encouraged to present research ideas and results effectively in writing, in oral presentation, and via use of one other medium such as radio, internet, social media, or an informal outreach venue. By distilling the societal relevance of research for conversation with a variety of audiences, including policy-makers, the general public, K-12 students and teachers, and specific stakeholder groups, our trainees are required to reach beyond the academy when communicatin the results of their research projects.
Presentation on 2/5/2020: Communicating Truthfully and With a Purpose
Presentation on 1/9/2020: An Inside-Out Look at the Use of Science in Policy Formation: Drawing Parallels Between the Northwest Forest Plan and Climate Politics.
Presentation on 11/6/2019: Shifting Genre: Accommodating Scientific Findings to Popular Audiences
Presentation on 4/17/2019: Your Magical Voice: Vocal techniques for successful communication
Presentation on 3/20/2019: The Big Thaw: Alaskans Tell the Story of Climate Change from their Front Row Seat
Presentation on 2/27/2019: The Role of Social Media to Create Accessible, Effective, and Engaging Science Communication
Presentation on 2/13/2019: Communicating Science During Crises
Presentation on 1/16/2019: Connecting your Audience to your Science
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Presentation on 10/10/2018: Science, Public Policy and Changing Newsrooms
Presentation on 9/12/2018: Communicating in Extension
Presentation on 3/28/2018: Communicating Science Through Creative Writing
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Presentation on 4/12/2017: Appealing to Editors: Inside the Mindset of an Endangered Species