Communicating Your Science – FL Panhandle
|Topic(s):||Science Communication , Stakeholder Engagement|
|Priority Issue(s):||Community Resilience , Ecosystem Integration , Habitat Conservation , Nutrient Impacts , Water Quality|
|Host Partner(s):||Apalachicola Reserve|
|Location:||The Florida State University Coastal and Marine Lab, 3618 Coastal Highway 98, St Teresa, FL 32358|
Participants in this workshop will learn how to:
- Identify key messages arising from your research and professional activities, with an emphasis on explaining “so what?” using the “Message Box”
- Understand the day-to-day pressures, constraints, and needs of different audiences (e.g., journalists, policymakers), and be able to refine and reframe your messages accordingly
- Identify and reduce your use of technical jargon
- Provide support and feedback for peers in order to build a community of practice
This training will be led by COMPASS. Read the COMPASS blog to see what past participants in the Gulf of Mexico say about this training. COMPASS trainers are pioneers in the practice of science communication, with formal training in the sciences and professional experience in journalism and policy. Since 2000, COMPASS has trained thousands of scientists from a range of career stages in North America and around the world.
Who should attend? Scientists and researchers interested in improving their communication skills to engage in public discourse.
To register, click “Register Online” in the top right corner of this page. After registering, you will receive detailed information on how to pay the $10 registration fee. If you are unable to pay registration fees and would like to attend, please contact Jacqueline Rose at email@example.com or 251-929-8466.
For questions, please contact Anita Grove at Anita.Grove@dep.state.fl.us or 850-670-7708 or Jacqueline Rose firstname.lastname@example.org or 251-929-8466.