How do you feel about the phrase, “scientists say”?
This event aims to discuss how social perspectives, information-cultivating strategies, and rhetoric, all shape public understanding of science in the 21st century. This month, discuss ideas spanning from Aristotle to noted neuroscientist V.S. Ramachandran. Join an exercise in developing as effective communicators of science. Presentation by Andrew Wahl.
This Month: Andrew Wahl focuses on ideas spanning from Aristotle to noted neuroscientist V.S. Ramachandran. Attendees can take part in an exercise towards developing as effective communicators of science.
Meetings are held monthly.
Community Science Table is an organization for making science accessible to all by facilitating communication between scientists and the public. They organize venues that attend to the public’s inquiries and perceptions of science and prepare UNO STEM students to be more effective and approachable communicators.
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