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- Research!America - Effective Techniques for Communicating Your Science to the Non-Scientist
- Oct 08
The Office for Science and Innovation (OSI) is pleased to announce that in conjunction with Suzanne Ffolkes, VP of Communications at Research!America, we will be hosting a workshop in October focused on effective scientific communications. Research!America is the nation's largest not-for-profit public education and advocacy alliance committed to making research to improve health a higher national priority.
This interactive workshop will focus on ways to distill complex scientific information into short but informative narratives to engage a non-scientific audience. The workshop will engage participants in exercises including developing and critiquing sample "elevator pitches." (e.g., how to describe your research in 1 - 2 minutes). Participants will exchange advice and best practices for how to communicate with policymakers, potential funders, media, and consumers.
Please RSVP to SON-Innovation@jhu.edu.
- SOURCE Baltimore Week Celebration: DewMore Baltimore Spoken Word Event
- Oct 08
Take this opportunity to learn about Baltimore from youth who live in and know this City. DewMore Baltimore is a community-based organization that amplifies youth voice while developing safe space, builds writing skills and teaching youth to advocate about issues that impact them on a daily basis. Join SOURCE in welcoming DewMore youth spoken word artists as they share their Baltimore with you. To get a taste of the art that will be shared at this event, click here to see Mohamad Tall, a Baltimore City Youth Poet Ambassador, perform at Engage Baltimore event last May. To attend, RSVP to SOURCE@jhu.edu with you name, email and school affiliation. The event will take place from 4:00 – 5:30pm in the SON Courtyard.
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Many of the brightest lights of Johns Hopkins Nursing—alumni, students, faculty, staff, nurses from across the medical system, and friends of the school—once again lent a shining presence to the fourth-annual edition of An Evening with the Stars on Saturday, September 26....Click here to read more.
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