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SCIE 3111: Communicating Science: A new class is coming in the fall
Build your comunication skills. Develop a portfolio of your work. As a science graduate, you will be expected to read, interpret, and communicate science for others so here is the class for you.
Consider SCIE 3111 if you want to...
- Become an effective science communicator
- Communicate scientific information to a broad, non-specialist audience
- Learn about different kinds of science communication
- Read excellent science writing and determine what makes it effective
- Capture the interest and attention of your audience
- Buuild a portfolio of your work that you can refer to and show others
- Mentor SCIE 1111 (Writing for the Sciences) students
Admission to the class is on instructors's approval. Students should have a strong record and be interested in writing and communicating science. Completion of SCIE 1111 will be an asset, but is not a requirement for the class. The class will be offered in both the Fall and Winter terms.
Interested in the class? Want more information?
Contact: Dr. Tim Juckes at email@example.com
This class is part of the Science Leadership and Communication Certificate
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