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Mon, Nov 23
Science & Society SciComm Fellows Get Published After Communication Training
The third session of Science & Society’s 2015 SciComm Fellows Workshop focused on writing op-eds. Using techniques learned in class, two Fellows have already submitted and published articles. Amber Beckley, a criminologist studying the impact of early-life victimization on future development as part of Duke Psychology and Neuroscience, addressed presidential hopeful Ben Carson’s youthful change in The News & Observer. Irene Liu, who studies evolution of animal mating in the Duke Department of Biology wrote an op-ed on providing a safety net for California’s blackbird for the Contra Costa Times in California.
Learn more about the Science Communication Program and how to better communicate your science. Tuition is free to faculty and postdocs who participate in all four sessions.