Career Center

CTL: Communicating Science to Nonscientists

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Communicating Science to Nonscientists

Date & Time:   Thursday, April 12, 2012 12noon - 1:00 p.m
Location:  

Clarke Center S360

Sponsored by:   The Center for Teaching and Learning
Event details:  

Researchers seldom earn a reputation as great communicators to lay audiences. On the contrary, they are often seen as living in their own world, facinating yet impenetrable. In this presentation, Dr. Jean-luc Doumont will advance explanations for this situation, discuss the challendes of communicating science to nonscientists, and propose strategies for doing a better job of it.

An engineer from the Louvain School of Engineering with a Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Stanford UNiversity, Jean-luc Doumont trains engineers and scientists in effective communication, pedagogy, statistical thinkng, and related themes.

 

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http://ctl/lecture-communicating-science-nonscientists.html

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