Talking It Up Without Dumbing It Down: Session 1 - Creating a Research Narrative


Raymond Building R4-046 and R4-048, 21111 Lakeshore Road, St Anne de Bellevue, QC, H9X 3V9, CA


Do you struggle with communicating your research to different audiences? SKILLSETS in collaboration with the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (FAES) is excited to launch the first year of the Lister Family Engaged Science Initiative. This year, there are numerous workshops available to help you improve your science communication skills.

Talking It Up Without Dumbing It Down Workshop Series (3-workshops)

This workshop series is designed to teach faculty members and graduate students effective ways to explain their research to a variety of audiences. These workshops offer participants the opportunity to develop personalized research pitches and present their work effectively in written, oral, and visual platforms.

The first workshop, Creating a Research Narrative, will cover strategies to articulate their research in ways that are accessible to and effective for a diversity of audiences. This session will allow students to modify their writing to fit the needs of their audience, whether for a conference abstract, social media platform, press release or other platform. 


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