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Public Scholars Group Sessions

 

Connecting with the public through letters to the editor, Sept 17

Connecting With the Public Through Letters to the Editor, Friday, September 17: Speaker: Patricia Gaston, Lacy C. Haynes Professor of Journalism
Minigroup meetings and workshop, October 1

Minigroup meetings and workshopping, Friday October 1: During these meetings the group members workshop their writings and get feedback from peers. 
Minigroup meetings and workshop, October 15

Minigroup meetings and workshopping, Friday October 15: During these meetings the group members workshop their writings and get feedback from peers. 
How to take your work to the public, Brian Rosenwald and Kathryn Brownell

How to Take Your Work to the Public, Friday, October 29: Speakers are Brian Rosenwald and Kathryn Brownell
How Public Scholars Can Boost the University's Research Profile, David Cook, Vice Chancellor Public Affairs and Economic Development 

How Public Scholars Can Boost the University's Reserach Profile with David Cook, Vice Chancellor of Public Affairs and Economic Development. Friday November 19

Minigroup and Workshopping, December 3

Minigroup meetings and workshopping, Friday December 3: During these meetings the group members workshop their writings and get feedback from peers. 
 

Spring 2021 Sessions


Launch Meeting with Chris Brown and Richard Godbeer, February 12

Launch Meeting, Friday, February 12: Remarks by Chris Brown and Richard Godbeer. 
Training with the Op-Ed Project, Feb 22 and Feb 24

Training with the Op-Ed Project "Write to Change the World": Monday February 22 and Wednesday, February 24. This will be a training on the nuts and bolts of how to effectively communicate ideas clearly and effectively in writing with a quick turnaround
Minigroup meetings and workshop, March 12

Minigroup meetings and workshopping, Friday March 12: During these meetings the group members workshop their writings and get feedback from peers. 
Fielding Press Inquiries with Erin Barcomb-Peterson, March 26

Fielding Press Inquiries and Online Attention with Erin Barcomb-Peterson, Friday, March 26: In this training we will discuss how faculty handle a range of press inquiries and potentially negative press attention on the internet. 
Writing Beyond the PhD with Jennifer Wilson, April 23 

Writing Beyond the Ph.D with Jennifer Wilson PhD. Friday April 23: In this training we will discuss how our PhD training and expertise can translate into broader writing for the public. 
Minigroup and Workshopping, May 14

Minigroup meetings and workshopping, Friday May 14: During these meetings the group members workshop their writings and get feedback from peers. 
What we talk about when we talk about science with Adam Rutherford, May 21

What we talk about when we talk about science with Adam Rutherford, PhD. Friday, May 21: This training will focus on science writing and public speaking and how they can be done effectively for a broader audience. 


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