Resources

Developing Science Communication Skills

  • GLOBES Graduate Certificate Program at Notre Dame
    • Train today’s graduate students so that they can address tomorrow’s challenges and opportunities in environment and society and compete in an interdisciplinary, professional marketplace.
    • Offers workshops and courses in developing communication skills as part of its program
    • BIOS 60521 – GLOBES Module on Policy and Communication Training about Scientific and Technology Issues
  • Communication Learning in Practice for Scientists (CLIPS)
  • Communicating Science Effectively (pdf book) – National Academies of Science, Engineering, & Medicine
  • “Am I Making Myself Clear?: A Scientist’s Guide to Talking to the Public” by Cornelia Dean (Harvard University Press)
    • Free for Notre Dame faculty/students through Hesburgh Library here
  • #SciFundChallenge – Offers Modern Media Based Scientific Communication Classes (free on-demand and paid)
  • Journal of Science Policy and Governance
    PictureJSPG is an interdisciplinary open-access peer-reviewed research publication that seeks high-quality submissions on emerging or continuing science & technology policy debates in the U.S. and around the world. Current students (undergraduate or graduate), current policy fellows and recent graduates within three years of earning a degree (bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral) are eligible to submit. The Journal encourages submissions from all disciplines and professional backgrounds.

 

 

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