I’m excited to announce that I will be attending the American Physical Society Division of Fluid Dynamics meeting in San Francisco next month. This year I will be co-teaching a workshop on communicating science to general audiences. Here’s the lowdown:
Scientist-Reporter Workshop: How to tell your science story
Want to share your research with the public? Five experts lead a workshop on ways to draw attention to your research. Join science journalist Flora Lichtman, whose work has appeared on NPR, and in The New York Times and Popular Science; Jason Bardi, writer and Director of Media Services at AIP; Nicole Sharp, creator of “F! Yeah Fluid Dynamics”; Rachel Levy, creator of “Grandma got STEM” and biomechanic David Hu for a workshop on disseminating your research to news outlets.
To learn more or register to attend, check out: http://apsdfd2014.stanford.edu/?q=content/special-events
We’ll have a follow-on to the workshop at Sunday night’s banquet. For those who can’t make it to the conference in person, never fear: we will be taking to the Internet, too. More on that at a later date.
So who all is coming?