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#SciComm

Science communication (#scicomm) is about “working a room” to start conversations with others in your field, publishing scientific research, or talking about materials research with the general public. Each instance, however, requires a different set of skills. Three sessions are offered on the first day of the Meeting to start off the week in communicating science.    

Networking for Nerds—Become a Networking Rock Star

Monday, April 22
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
PCC North, 200 Level, Room 224 B

Learn the secrets of being a master networker—how to cultivate strategic, mutually beneficial relationships, find people to add to your networks, “work a room,” start conversations with people you have never met before, and obtain information that can set you on a path to career victory.

 

Communicating Science to Public Audiences—Science Communication Workshop

Monday, April 22
1:00 pm – 6:00 pm
PCC North, 100 Level, Room 128 A

This session is designed to increase confidence in scientists as they communicate their work and become part of a community of researchers who share an interest in science outreach and engagement.

 

Essentials of Getting Your Work Published

Monday, April 22
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
PCC North, 100 Level, Room 121 A

Learn the fundamentals of successful scientific publishing from MRS journal Editors-in-Chief. Not only are they leading researchers in their field, but they share a dedication to high-quality content, editorial integrity, and scientific scholarship.

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