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Outreach: how to get your science out there?

The work of scientists does not end with publishing their results in peer-reviewed journals and presenting them at specialized conferences. One side of the work that is becoming more and more relevant and often is required by funding agencies to be specified in one’s project proposal is outreach. What does outreach mean? Very simply, it means to engage with the non-scientific public and a wider audience than you are commonly used to. There are many ways to do outreach, from blogging and vlogging, using social media, write for a science dissemination journal, participate as a speaker to local science festivals, organize open-days in the laboratory and so on.
With this short course, we aim at giving you some practical examples of different outreach activities and tips and suggestions from personal and peers experiences. In the last part of the course, you will work singularly to come up with an outreach idea based on your research activity. You may use it on your next proposal, you never know!

Public information:
Look for the "Outreach - get your science out there! - Meet the speakers " pop-up event in the related programme section to meet and talk further with the speakers!
Co-organized by EOS6/SSP5
Convener: Anita Di ChiaraECSECS | Co-conveners: Meriel J. BittnerECSECS, Valeria CigalaECSECS, Janneke de LaatECSECS, Shreya Arora
Thu, 22 Apr, 10:00–11:00 (CEST)
Public information:
Look for the "Outreach - get your science out there! - Meet the speakers " pop-up event in the related programme section to meet and talk further with the speakers!

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Speakers

  • Cindy Mora-Stock, University of Western Ontario, Canada
  • Iain Stewart, Plymouth University, United Kingdom
  • Fergus McAuliffe, Irish Centre for Research in Applied Geosciences (iCRAG), Ireland
  • Mioara Mandea, CNES, France