Science Communication at the #SharingScienceUBC Conference

31 Mar

My schedule for the past month and a half has been stuffed with conferences – from IPSEC to AAAS, to BC Outreach Workshop and now Sharing Science at UBC – I must admit that I shouldn’t complain about all the great science outreach and communication work I have seen!

The Sharing Science Conference is a science communication conference. The conference was student-driven, organized by the UBC student club Carl Sagan Association for the Communication of Science. This conference was also a collaboration with UBC Faculty of Science, the Science and Technology Studies of UBC Faculty of Arts, and the Beaty Biodiversity Museum.

If you missed the Sharing Science Conference, don’t worry – here is a summary to help you catch up. Click on the image below to access the story via Storify. Enjoy!

Storify - Sharing Science

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3 Responses to “Science Communication at the #SharingScienceUBC Conference”

  1. lmalouie April 1, 2014 at 7:23 pm #

    Wish I could have gone! I want to start going to conferences like these- just realized my dreams of becoming a science journalist 🙂

    • Terrific T April 2, 2014 at 10:17 am #

      Awesome! It is great that you find what you want to do 😀 There are many conferences like these, and if you cannot make it – science communication conferences usually have a twitter hashtag and you can just follow the hashtags online for the conversation. Good luck!

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