About the Online Workshop:
“The facts should speak for themselves.” As much as we’d like this to be true, when it comes to science communication this assumption can be a grave mistake. Data must be interpreted, framed, and delivered in an impactful way — by you, the human scientist! But how on earth do you determine how to frame your message, or determine what delivery will be most impactful?
This online workshop is designed to help scientists know what makes an effective communication Goal, and the importance of pursuing it actively with an Audience. One Goal does not fit all Audiences. Effective science communication hinges on directing your knowledge of Audience and understanding of context toward a realistic and inspiring Goal.
- Understand the importance of knowing about your Goal for effective communication
- Shift your approach to communication toward one that is Audience-centered and realistic
Summer 2019 Sessions:
Space for this online workshop is limited. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. We will close applications for each session as they become filled.
Assistant Professor of Practice & Message Design Lead
Radha Ganesan has been working in the areas of Education and Training for the past 13 years. She comes with extensive experience in designing and delivering professional development learning experiences for a wide range of sectors.
Nancee Moes graduated Magna Cum Laude from Grand Valley State University with degrees in both Communication and Writing, and she completed her graduate work in Dramaturgy at Stony Brook University. Nancee received the '17-'18 Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Adjunct Teaching and is an honorary member of the Golden Key International Honor Society. Few things excite her more than embodied connection, and she is thrilled to be able to connect this passion with helping scientists engage audiences in their community, in other fields, and in the world at large.