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Science: Becoming the Messenger

Limited to Universities & Colleges in South Carolina

January 16, 2013 7:30 AM  to 
January 16, 2013 6:00 PM
Clemson, South Carolina

Sign stating Science: Becoming the Messenger, Marvin Center, Grand Ballroom, 3rd Floor.

"Science: Becoming the Messenger" workshop, George Washington University, Nov. 17-18, 2010
Credit: National Science Foundation
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The National Science Foundation (NSF) will be holding a workshop, "Science: Becoming the Messenger" on Jan. 16, 2013, at the Madren Conference Center at Clemson University, 230 Madren Center Drive, Clemson, South Carolina 29634. We are extending an invitation to principal investigators (PI), early career researchers and engineers, and students and postdocs from institutions and universities in South Carolina who would like to learn to communicate effectively to a broad audience.

We are also extending an invitation to public information officers (PIO) communicating on behalf of the institutions and universities in South Carolina.

Today, across academia and the research community, there is a growing interest in science communication. Scientists are asking how they can share their knowledge and findings across an increasingly challenging information environment.

Seminars and training workshops are springing up, accordingly, to meet this need. But never before has there been a team like the one NSF has assembled to help members of the scientific community at all levels become more effective messengers.

Featuring three accomplished communicators and trainers--Emmy award winning television producer Joe Schreiber, former PBS executive Dan Agan and bestselling science author Chris Mooney--the NSF workshop "Science: Becoming the Messenger" provides one-stop shopping for those seeking to reach a broader public about their work.

Over the course of this full day of training, participants will learn how to craft a message and deliver it to a variety of audiences. They will also have the opportunity to experience live interview training, to develop writing and new media skills, to hone their public presentations and even to produce video. See attached Agenda for Day One for a complete description of each session.

For a specially selected group of RESEARCHERS, there will be a second day on January 17, 2013. During this second day, they will refine their message further, train to talk to their colleagues, public audiences and the media. See attached Agenda for Day Two for a complete description of each session. If you are interested in participating in the second day of the workshop and would like to be considered, please complete the questions on the registration form. If you are not interested or a PIO, simply type N/A in the box on the registration form.

Laptops/tablets are required for Day One and Day Two and power strips will be provided to keep them charged. Also, breakfast and lunch will be served.

PLEASE CREATE A TWITTER ACCOUNT PRIOR TO THE WORKSHOP on Twitter, and key your Twitter username into the Comments field on the Registration form. See attached instructions.

Please advise of dietary restrictions in the Comments Box on the registration form.

There is no registration fee to attend but pre-registration is required. Please complete the registration form. The registration deadline is Friday, January 4, 2013. However, registration may close early if the workshop fills up prior to the deadline.

PLEASE BE PREPARED TO ATTEND THE WORKSHOP FOR THE ENTIRE DAY SINCE THE SESSIONS BUILD ON ONE ANOTHER.

IF YOU ARE CHOSEN FOR THE SECOND DAY, YOU MUST ALSO COMMIT TO STAY FOR THE ENTIRE DAY.

Registration for this event has been closed.

Meeting Type
Workshop

Contacts
Cindy Holloway, 703-292-5052, cholloway@nsf.gov
       Preferred Contact Method: Email

NSF Related Organizations
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Core Attachments
Agenda for Day One with Session Descriptions
Agenda for Day Two with Session Descriptions
Speaker Bios
Twitter Terminology

 



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