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University Summer Forum: Communicating Controversial Science

What’s Next for Science Communication? Matthew Nisbet, American University

Event Details

Thursday, June 25, 2009
7-8 p.m.
Elaborating on his much-discussed articles published in Science, Environment, The Scientist and other leading outlets, Nisbet will emphasize the need to use framing, partnerships with the arts, and new forms of digital journalism to generate “participatory conversations” with diverse publics and stakeholders that result in meaningful impacts on policy choices and decisions.
Free and open to the public