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Presentation Excellence

Presentation Excellence

Thursday, March 23, 2006

Yale University

Presented By

Presented by the Science Alliance


Speaker: Susan Morris, MEd, President, Morris Consulting Group

Scientists are often called upon to explain their research. But are they sufficiently equipped to communicate the significance of their work? And not just to other scientists but to the general public? We'll explore when and why "your science is only as good as your audience's ability to understand it" and focus on how you look, sound, and come across in order to increase your presentation success.