#SciComm Seminars

#SciComm Seminars is a monthly series focusing on topics related to all aspects of science communication. The series features Washington University faculty and staff, plus expert guests from the St. Louis community. The series was developed and co-sponsored by the Bernard Becker Medical Library and the Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences at Washington University School of Medicine.

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Submissions from 2019

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Taking it to the Masses: Building Science Outreach Programs, Cynthia Wichelman and Erik Herzog

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Graphic, Numerical, Historical: Using the Visual to Communicate Science, Heather Corcoran and Alvitta Ottley

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The Other Side of Complexity: Crafting Prevention Messages for the Public, Hank Dart

Submissions from 2018

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How to Promote Your Work with Social Media: Takeaways from Gun Violence Prevention and Stop the Bleed, Sydney Miller, Virgil Tipton, and Laurie J. Punch

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Communicating Genetic Test Results, Patricia Dickson, Sarah Hartz, Jonathan W. Heusel, and Jessica Mozersky

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Telling your story in a ‘post-truth’ world, Tina Hesman Saey, Jeanne Erdmann, Eli Chen, and Ava Ehrlich

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Lost in Translation: Communicating with a Multidisciplinary Scientific Audience, Andrew Knight and Alan L. Schwartz

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Communicating research with lay audiences, Timothy J. Poor, Denise Hooks-Anderson, and Will Ross

Submissions from 2017

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Elevator pitches - Stories in 3 minutes or less, Sally Michael and Indira Mysorekar

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Preparing dynamic and engaging presentations, Mychal Voorhees and Victoria Fraser

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Social media for promoting science and research, Dera Luce, Amy M. Suiter, and Kenan Omurtag