PhD+ Research Communication Level 1, Session 4: Storytelling

In Person (Register for Location)

Humans make sense of their world through stories. By using story structure to communicate your research, you can engage your audience’s curiosity and emotions, taking them along with you on your journey of discovery. In this session, we’ll learn some narrative techniques for structuring your message and effectively engaging your audience through emotion and empathy.  

Series Description

The Research Communication Series (Level 1) is a 4-part training workshop that covers audience analysis, message design, writing in plain language, and storytelling. The workshop will meet in person on Tuesdays, Feb. 6 – 27, from 3:00-5:00 pm. 

  1. Audience Awareness | Feb. 6
  2. Purpose and Medium | Feb. 13
  3. Writing in Plain Language | Feb. 20
  4. Storytelling | Feb. 27

Earn a PhD Plus Credential:

Upon successful completion (75%, or 3 sessions) of this series, PhD students are eligible for a non-credit credential (PhDP 9000) on their academic transcript (at no cost to students). PhD students can complete the module over multiple semesters.



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