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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. Interested in becoming a contributor? Click here.

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Implications for Trainers and the SciComm Community

This culminating conversation focused on previous conversations about scientists' emotional connection to their work, including their willingness to engage, and attitudes toward branding and public perception. Panelists discussed the implications...

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Unpacking the Brand of Science

A single word can trigger an immediate torrent of thoughts and emotions. During this webinar, our panelists will review recent data on what the public thinks – and more importantly, feels – when they hear the word ‘science’, and how their...

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Indirect Effects of SciComm Training

As many scientists enthusiastically respond to the call for more engagement with the public, science communication training programs play a key role in providing scientists with the skills and confidence to do so. But does participating in a training...

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Systemic solutions for Climate Changes

Climate change has a disproportionate impact on women due to gender roles. It reduces women’s ability to be financially independent and has an overall negative impact on the social and political rights of women, especially in the developing world.

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Podcasts: A Revolution in SciComm

Increasingly, scientists are recognizing a heightened need to share their work effectively and engage others through narrative.

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SBU Science on Stage

Three Stony Brook University scientists opened up to three professional playwrights to discuss their work, their careers, and some of the challenges they face as scientists.