Viewers will learn ways to leverage social media to promote science writing and strategies for increasing exposure to their work online. The session will also cover the importance of visuals and audio for enhancing blog posts.
- Gabe Stein
Gabe Stein is the cofounder of Massive Science, a new publication that trains scientists to tell great stories about their work and distributes it to a global audience of science-curious readers. Before founding Massive, Gabe worked in audience development, product management, engineering, and editorial at Upworthy, Fast Company, and Google. Gabe combines deep expertise in technology with a love of digital media to help great stories reach wide audiences.
Live-Stream: Friday, December 15, 2017 at 3:30pm EST
Jennifer Albanese is the Director of the Writing Center and the former Associate Director of the Writing and Rhetoric Program at Stony Brook University,where she has taught for eighteen years. She was awarded the Provost’s Award for Outstanding Lecturer in 2012, and Senior Lecturer in 2016. Dr. Albanese has developed professional writing workshops and courses for the Graduate Chemistry program and the Institute for Advanced Computational Science. In recent years she has also developed writing modules for the AldaCenter for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University.
Claudia Wallis is an award-winning science writer and magazine editor whose work has appeared in The New York Times, Time, Fortune, The New Republic, Scientific American and Rolling Stone. She is currently the health columnist for Scientific American and writes “The Science of Learning” column for the Hechinger Report. She is the author of 40 Time Magazine cover stories, two of which were National Magazine Award finalists.