Share Your Science workshop and write-a-thon, register by Feb. 20

The Share Your Science workshop and write-a-thon trains scientists to communicate scientific work to the public. If you want to make your research more accessible, this is a great opportunity. It is open to all researchers: Graduate students, postdocs, research staff and faculty researchers.

Share Your Science features a workshop on science communication followed by a hands-on writing session. Participants will have access to training, on-site coaches and ongoing resources, as well as food and drink. There will be an informal mixer after the event. The mixer is open to all.Share Your Science

Share Your Science

March 3, 2018
1:30 to 5 p.m.: Workshop/writing
5 p.m.: Mixer begins
Lucky Labrador Brew Pub
915 S.E. Hawthorne Blvd.

This is an introductory level event open to all researchers: Graduate students, postdocs, research staff and faculty researchers.

Developed by The People’s Science, the event focuses on humanizing researchers, storytelling and science communication best practices. The goal of the national Share Your Science workshop tour? To facilitate a coalition of informed, empowered and motivated researchers prepared to share their science with everyone.

Register by Feb. 20, 2018

Share Your Science is free but space is limited. Registration includes the submission of a draft summary of a research paper that will be workshopped during the write-a-thon.

For more information, contact Andre Walcott at, OHSU’s member of the Portland organizing team responsible for bringing Share Your Science to town.

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