Experiments in SciComm


Yesterday, I got approved to teach a science communication (“scicomm”) course next fall. There’s a bit of irony to this–my SciComm experience is limited to this blog and Twitter, but they say there’s no better way to become an expert on a subject than to teach it. I look forward to teaching this class, and I am already preparing for it.

So why am I blogging about this? Because I will feature students’ posts on this blog (with their permission). Consequently, you might see a variety of different topics–some more “deep science” and some more entertaining–on here.

Another source of guest post will be my graduate and undergraduate researchers. As a scientist with a love of SciComm, it’s not enough that I communicate well–I want my students to learn to, too.

So get ready, and look forward to seeing a variety of voices on here.

–Curiosity, PhD

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