I care deeply about training the next generation of scientists and professionals in different aspects of science communication. To address this, I lead workshops on the basics of science writing, co-organize short conferences, and develop training programs. Here are a few examples.
Looking for resources? Head here.
Program Developer & Instructor, The Science Communication Toolbox for Researchers
23 January 2021
15 November 2020
I was invited to lead a workshop, titled A Guide to Science Communication Opportunities Across Canada, at ComSciConCanWest, a local workshop series for graduate students in Alberta, British Colombia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, the Northwest Territories, and the Yukon.
In this workshop, I introduced attendees to the science communication landscape in Canada, including opportunities related to science outreach, public speaking, writing, journalism, policy and much more.
Workshop Host, Wonder Women In STEM 2019
3 November 2019
Vindhya Kolluru and I co-hosted a science writing workshop titled "Leveraging your unique voice and skills to explore science writing." You can find slides for this talk over in the Resources section.
Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon Host
I've also organized Wikipedia Edit-A-Thons in Canada, including: