Communicating Research

In Person (Register for Location)

In this session, we will learn and practice basic principles of writing in plain language. 

"Plain language" is a way of communicating information simply and efficiently to your audiences. By using plain language, you relieve your reader (or listener) of the extra effort required to interpret jargon or process long sentences.  

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In Person (Register for Location)

Now that you know your audience – their interests and motivations – what message do you want to communicate to them? In this session we will learn how to determine your own goals and find the best medium through which to achieve that goal. We will use the Message Tool to frame your messages in ways that connect with your target audience. 

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In Person (Register for Location)

Have you ever heard anyone say, "know your audience"? That's great advice, but how do you do it? In this session, we will explore a variety of ways of getting to know your audience, even if you don’t know who your audience may be at this point. 

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Hybrid (New Cabell Hall 298 or Zoom)

This multi-day event will include a Policy 101 overview, an introduction to how your science gets funded, a discussion centered on policymaking in the current hyper-partisan era, a science policy-focused communication workshop, and more.

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Hybrid (New Cabell Hall 298 or Zoom)

This multi-day event will include a Policy 101 overview, an introduction to how your science gets funded, a discussion centered on policymaking in the current hyper-partisan era, a science policy-focused communication workshop, and more.

Events
Hybrid (New Cabell Hall 298 or Zoom)

This multi-day event will include a Policy 101 overview, an introduction to how your science gets funded, a discussion centered on policymaking in the current hyper-partisan era, a science policy-focused communication workshop, and more.

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New Cabell Hall, Conference Room 552
Need time to work on your fellowship application, thesis chapter, journal article, etc.? Do you like to write in a group setting? Join our Mini-Writing Retreats! Each session will start with a brief welcome and some helpful tips, but the focus of the session will be on writing—turning your ideas and draft materials into a final application.
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New Cabell Hall, Conference Room 552
Need time to work on your fellowship application, thesis chapter, journal article, etc.? Do you like to write in a group setting? Join our Mini-Writing Retreats! Each session will start with a brief welcome and some helpful tips, but the focus of the session will be on writing—turning your ideas and draft materials into a final application.
Events
New Cabell Hall, Conference Room 552
Need time to work on your fellowship application, thesis chapter, journal article, etc.? Do you like to write in a group setting? Join our Mini-Writing Retreats! Each session will start with a brief welcome and some helpful tips, but the focus of the session will be on writing—turning your ideas and draft materials into a final application.
Events
New Cabell Hall, Conference Room 552
Need time to work on your fellowship application, thesis chapter, journal article, etc.? Do you like to write in a group setting? Join our Mini-Writing Retreats! Each session will start with a brief welcome and some helpful tips, but the focus of the session will be on writing—turning your ideas and draft materials into a final application.
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