Workshop Series: Science CommunicationOctober 14, 2022
Immunological research lies the foundation of public health and is thus of great interest to society. As we are at the very fronteer of development and innovation, we irrefutably are obligued to pass knowledge on to others. As scientists, we can guide society and teach unbiased, evidence-based decision making. In a world permeated by science and its products, these skills become ever more important.
Apart from the above, enganging yourself in science communication may booster your career, enhance the range of your scientific findings, enable new cooperations or simply enrich your well-beeing as a scientist.
Boost your personal skills in Science Communication by joining the Workshop Series.
All Workshops are open to ImmunoSensation2 members and associated scientists on all career levels.
It is possible to have the participation recognised within the framework of the Postdoc plus certificates
All dates will be published here and updated on a regular basis. In case you need further assistance communicating your science, appart from the offers made here, please get in contact with David Fußhöller.
Spakers training: Bring your science to the stage
October 14th, 4:00 - 7:00 pm, lecture hall BMZ I (building 13, Venusberg Campus 1, 53117 Bonn)
As a scientist, you are obliged to speak: at seminars, conferences, lab meetings. In this workshop, you will learn how to take your speech to a more professional level. Overcome nervousness, grab and keep the audience’s attention, communicate your science in the best possible way. This workshop covers your skills as a speaker as well as the composition and design of your presentation.
Video in science communication: Plan / record / edit
December 9th, 4:00 - 7:00 pm, lecture hall 5, Lehrgebäude (building 10, 1st floor, Venusberg Campus 1, 53117 Bonn)
In this workshop, we will focus on how to generate video content in order to communicate your science. Learn how to use pictures and visual language to support your message. Get to know the basics of edditing, using tools and apps freely available. Reach more people with your science, using moving pictures.