What is my SciComm identity? A guest post for Errant Science: Clutter, a talk about uncreative science article titles, and musings about the future of this site.
Science life and careers
Community & eventsScience CommunicationScience life and careers
There are so many different types of jobs for science graduates: You can find scientists anywhere from classrooms to the space station. Where do scientists work? Everywhere!
Science CommunicationScience life and careers
How to move from scientific research to full-time science communication jobs. With downloadable transferable skills worksheet.
Science CommunicationScience life and careersWriting, images, and storytelling
I signed up for Camp NaNoWriMo to encourage myself to finally finish the book proposal I’ve been working on. It will get done!
Outreach & engagementScience CommunicationScience life and careersWriting, images, and storytelling
The previous two posts in this “science to scicomm” series, with writing tips and ideas for science communication opportunities, were also useful for scientists who just want to find new…
Outreach & engagementScience CommunicationScience life and careers
This is the second post in a series of blog posts about the process of moving from research to science communication. The first post had tips on changing your writing…