Our Science Communication Symposium in April of 2018 was a huge success!
Ardon Shorr gave a fascinating talk, explaining how scientists can and should use evidence to inform audiences rather than polarize them.
Kimberly McCoy, one of our bloggers, led an engaging question-and-answer session with a few very influential science communicators.
Pictured from left to right: Don Glass, producer of NPR’s “A Moment of Science”; Heather Reynolds, an IU professor and biologist; Kevin Fryling, a science writer for IU News; Ardon Shorr, a graduate student and advocate for science communication; and Teddie Phillipson-Mower, the Associate Director of IU’s Office of Science Outreach
Stay tuned for details about next year’s symposium. We look forward to seeing you there!