We offer training in research communication for scientists, scholars, educators, and public health professionals to communicate about their work to non-experts in clear and engaging ways.
It's more important than ever to ensure that people value and use research-based information. However, decades of research have proven that it's not just about providing access to high quality information. Scientists, scholars, and others are being called upon to engage with a variety of audiences, including fellow scholars, funders, journalists, multiple "publics," policymakers, and students.
Utilizing techniques from applied improvisation and communication studies, our training will support you to:
- Connect with a variety of audiences
- Develop comfort with spontaneity
- Distill your message, and
- Engage in reflective dialog