Mark your calendars! The third annual Science Communication Symposium is coming April 20.
Presented by CU Boulder's Women in Science and Engineering, the mission of SciComm is to promote effective science communication skills and showcase the amazing work being done by young STEM researchers at CU.
The symposium will begin with two morning workshop sessions in Gold Biosciences (registration required), followed by afternoon presentations with CU students and postdocs, a panel discussion and a keynote presentation in Eaton Humanities, room 150. The event will wrap up with a reception at SiP.
Visit the SciComm website to register for the workshops, explore this year's sessions, watch a video with highlights from last year's conference and stay up-to-date on SciComm Symposium news and events.