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Life Sciences Communication Colloquium: UW researchers and grad students on public engagement

“The role of social media, scientists, and the public”

Event Details

Date
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Time
12-1 p.m.
Location
Description
Do UW researchers and graduate students engage the public differently? Do they view their roles and the public’s role in science and engagement differently? What role, if any, do social media play in that engagement?
To find out, come hear UW-Madison Nelson Institute PhD student Emily Howell, LSC PhD student Kate Rose, and LSC professor Dominique Brossard discuss results from a survey of UW researchers and graduate students.
Cost
Free

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