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Connecting Science Communication Research with Action

Below is a curated selection of features from the field of science communication written by collaborators.


How Reflexivity Can Make You a Better Science Communicator

Reflexivity - the process of actively examining our beliefs, worldviews, and biases - can help to improve our science communication.

How to Become a Doula: An Infographic

Ever wondered how to beome a doula? This infographic outlines the steps as part of our Emerging Talent series.

Doulas 101

Our undergraduate summer intern, Candace Nimons, writes about doulas - what they are, why they're needed, and how to become one - as part of our Emerging Talent series.

Postpartum Depression

Our undergraduate summer intern, Candace Nimons, discusses the warning signs and resources for those suffering from postpartum depression.

Including people with disabilities in the process of tech development starts by addressing technoableism

SBU Journalism grad Cindy Mizaku tackles the topic of creating tech that's inclusive for everyone - especially people with disabilities.

Autistic Misrepresentation in Autism Research

Whenever a dominant group in society has defined what a marginalized group is and looks like, it has never gone particularly well. That’s what the past century of mainly white cis-het researchers and psychiatrists and doctors have done for autistic...