Center for Public Engagement with Science and Technology

Center for Public Engagement with Science and Technology

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  • About Workshops | Workshops in Action | Host a Workshop and Logistical Info | Beyond the Workshop | Communicating Science Resources Questions? Want to host a workshop? Contact Us Through discussion, self-reflection, small group work, and on-camera practice sessions, we focus on the importance of...
  • About Workshops | Workshops in Action | Host a Workshop and Logistical Info | Beyond the Workshop | Communicating Science Resources Questions? Want to host a workshop? Contact Us Scientists and engineers often find that they need to discuss complicated scientific findings in a clear, concise manner...
  • What is Public Engagement? | The Value of Public Engagement | Public Engagement Activities | Early Career Award Learn more about selected events. Family Science Days- AAAS Annual Meeting Chicago 2014 Storify Boston 2013 Vancouver 2012 Washington, DC 2011 San Diego 2010 USA Science and Engineering...
  • The Award Nomination Deadline: 15 October The AAAS Early Career Award for Public Engagement with Science, established in 2010, recognizes early-career scientists and engineers who demonstrate excellence in their contribution to public engagement with science activities. A monetary prize of $5,000,...
  • About | Working with Media | Communicating to Policy-Makers | Visualizing Science | Engaging with Social Media This session focused on cutting-edge strategies for visualizing science through photography, illustrations, video, and more. Moderator: Dennis Meredith , Science Communication Consultant...
  • About | Working with Media | Communicating to Policy-Makers | Visualizing Science | Engaging with Social Media How can scientists and engineers help shape science policy? Is this task becoming increasingly complicated in the current political climate? This session encompassed an overview on the...
  • About | Working with Media | Communicating to Policy-Makers | Visualizing Science | Engaging with Social Media This session encompassed tips, cautionary tales, and examples of effective science communication by three leading journalists. Speakers discussed the challenges of communicating science...
  • Cornelia Dean is a Senior Writer in the science department of The New York Times and a Lecturer in the Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University.
  • The Honorable Russ Carnahan (D-Missouri) grew up in Rolla, Missouri. He received a bachelor of science degree in public administration with an emphasis in public service in 1979 from the University of Missouri, Columbia. In 1983, he earned his juris doctorate degree from the University of Missouri...
  • 2013 Recipient Mary Helen Immordino-Yang is honored for her sustained commitment and novel approach to integrating public engagement with science into her extensive research and scholarly activities and for using public interactions to inform her research. She engages K-12 students in her...