Our vision is to see more scientists engage effectively in the public discourse about the environment. Through communication trainings, coaching and real-world connections, we empower researchers to build the communication skills, networks, and relationships they need to realize this vision..
The NIH Office of Intramural Training and Education (OITE) posts video recordings of their events. These cover a variety of topics related to career and professional development - from mentoring to scientific communication to career exploration and the job search.
This weekly study group is for students & postdocs who would like to practice their oral presentation skills. It is great for practicing speech delivery for classes, conferences, or interview presentations. Practice with us! Impress your audience!
We will use a lecture room in the Countway Library, and students may practice any oral presentations they want to share. We'll have access to a computer, lectern, and projector. This is a perfect way to improve your presentation skills and build confidence.
Feel free to join us whenever you would like to...
Science talk is a non profit organization which was the brainchild of a small group of science communication professionals who saw a need to gather others and help elevate science in the region. The purpose of the organization was to bring together individuals passionate about science and share ideas about how science should be best communicated.
Students will work collaboratively with faculty and one another on critical science communication skills including crafting graphics, writing fellowships, and giving oral presentations. (Required for Sys Bio G1s)
GSAS Open Labs At Harvard is a graduate student group that simultaneously develops communication and organization skills, and serves the community through scientific outreach for the graduate students involved.