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Engaging with the Public: Why Scientists Need to Communicate Their Work

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WEBINAR

Engaging with the Public: Why Scientists Need to Communicate Their Work

Thursday, November 30, 2017, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

The New York Academy of Sciences, 7 World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich St Fl 40, New York, USA

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Scientists have many responsibilities beyond their own research endeavors, from writing grants to mentoring students—which often means that public outreach falls off the radar. However, having experts that can successfully engage with the public, explain their own work or scientific progress in general, and take the time to understand how non-scientists think about science and innovation is imperative to our society’s health. But where do you start as a scientist and how can you ensure that your efforts will be successful?

This evening will bring together a panel of four scientists and researchers who have integrated public engagement into their careers on various levels (speaking with the media, having an active social media platform, giving public talks, etc). In a panel discussion, we will hear why each of them believes that public engagement is vital for their scientific work, how they honed their skills, what lessons they’ve learned along the way, and how other scientists (especially early career ones) can become involved in science communication activities. The discussion will end with a question and answer period.

Audience

Graduate students, postdocs, and junior faculty can all benefit from attending this event.

Registration

Member
$30
Nonmember
$45
Nonmember Student, Undergrad, Grad, Fellow
$35
Member Student, Post-Doc, Fellow
$25
Member
$10
Nonmember
$20
Nonmember Student, Undergrad, Grad, Fellow
$15
Member Student, Post-Doc, Fellow
$5

Speakers

Rae Wynn-Grant, PhD, American Museum of Natural History
Rae Wynn-Grant, PhD, American Museum of Natural History
Dayle Hodge MD, PhD Candidate at Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Dayle Hodge MD, PhD Candidate at Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Jayde Lovell, ReAgency Science Marketing​​
Jayde Lovell, ReAgency Science Marketing​​
Andrew Juhl, PhD, Columbia University
Andrew Juhl, PhD, Columbia University
Sarah Schlesinger, MD, The Rockefeller University
Sarah Schlesinger, MD, The Rockefeller University

Thursday

November 30, 2017

6:00 PM

Welcome Remarks

6:20 PM

Panel discussion with Dr. Andrew Juhl, Dr. Sarah Schlesinger, Jayde Lovell, and Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant. Moderated by Dayle Hodge, MD/PhD Candidate.

8:00 PM

Reception

9:00 PM

Event Closes

To view full attendee list, you must first register for the event, then log in to the Academy website. This list is provided for the personal, noncommercial and informational use only of event attendees, in a manner that is consistent with the New York Academy of Sciences’ mission, goals and activities.
  • Columbia University

  • Columbia University Irving Medical Center

  • EPA Region 2 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

  • Life Extension Advocacy Foundation

  • Merck & Co., Inc.

  • New York Institute of Technology

  • New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center

  • New York University NYU

  • NY Hall of Science (NYSCI)

  • NYU Langone Health

  • NYU Stern

  • Orentreich Foundation for the Advancement of Science

  • ReAgency Science Marketing

  • The Albert Einstein College of Medicine

  • The City University of New York CUNY

  • The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art

  • The New York Academy of Sciences

  • The New York Academy of Sciences NYAS

  • The Rockefeller University