Interested in hosting a science communication workshop at your conference, research group, institution, or company? Want to learn the fundamental skills and strategies for effective science communication? I offer a range of workshops tailored to your group’s interests. Not sure what you need, or what it costs? I can explain what workshops are right for you and tell you more about my fees. Get in touch below.

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Knowing your audience

Before creating any presentation, poster, pamphlet, or podcast, it’s critically important to know who your audience is. Learn how to define your audience precisely, identify their values, and set down your communication goals.

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Eliminating jargon

We’ve all be told to throw out our big word but we still struggle with it. Learn how to identify jargon and how to find a balance between accuracy and accessibility.

Learn the fundamentals of data visualization. Photo by Lukas Blazek on Unsplash.

Data visualization

Make your figures worth a thousand words by sticking to the fundamentals of data visualization. Learn about graphic design, refining your message, and communicating your key messages with visuals.

Storytelling is an important part of culture. Photo by Priscilla Du Preez on Unsplash.

Storytelling in science

Humanity has used storytelling to transmit information throughout the ages and science can benefit by using this method. Learn what makes a good story and practice telling your own.

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Giving a killer presentation

Learn the fundamental skills necessary to give a stellar presentation at your next seminar or conference. You’ll learn about voice, presence, slide design, and messaging.

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Preparing for a media interview

Have you been invited to a radio or television interview? Nervous about speaking to a reporter? Learn how to prepare for interviews, how to avoid miscommunication, and what to expect.

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