Would you like to build your skills and confidence in effectively conveying your work to audiences of any type or age?
You are invited to participate in a workshop designed to:
- Help you distill and simplify your message and convey the meaning of complex material in vivid, clear language to any audience
- Make you more comfortable when you're communicating about your research, whether in structured presentations or spontaneous discussions
- Help you better connect with your audience
Experts from the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science (https://www.centerforcommunicatingscience.org), a world-renowned leader in the field of science communication, will facilitate the workshop. They have helped hundreds of scientists around the country improve their communication skills and are in high demand by universities and professional agencies nationwide, including NASA’s Office of the Chief Scientist.
This *free* one-day science communication workshop will be held on Sunday, July 19 at NASA Ames, right before the SSERVI Exploration Science Forum.
For more information about the workshop, to see videos of Alan Alda discussing the importance of effective science communication as well as testimonies of past participants - and to apply! - click here!
The password is (case sensitive): comm_sservi
Contact Andrea Jones (Andrea.J.Jones@nasa.gov).