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Register for “Science: Becoming the Messenger” workshop  May 29 in Boise

March 13, 2013

Learn how to talk about science with your neighbors or the news media at a free workshop, Wednesday, May 29 at Boise State University. Faculty, staff and students on all ISU campuses are invited to attend.  Click here to register. Space is limited.   

The purpose of the workshop – titled Science: Becoming the Messenger – is to help the higher education community improve skills for communicating science to a public audience.  It’s intended for principal investigators, early-career scientists and engineers, students, postdoctoral scholars, deans, vice presidents, and public information officers, according to organizers.  Presenters include bestselling science journalist Chris Mooney and Emmy-award winning producer Joe Schreiber. 

The National Science Foundation and Idaho NSF EPSCoR are sponsoring the event.  You don’t have to be a member of the NSF or EPSCoR to attend.




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