EcoHealthNet: Communicating Science

Event Date

June 15, 2017

EcoHealthNet 2017 Thursday June 15th at 3:00pm ET. “Communicating Science:  How to Explain Your Work So People Care.”  Join us for a presentation by leading science journalists representing print, radio, and documentary film as we discuss the challenges of translating science for the public.  Join the Live Panel Discussion

 

Speakers:  Kai Kupferschmidt, Science Magazine; Andrea Crossan, Public Radio International; and Laura Helft, Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

 

To download Zoom, join the meeting (by clicking the link) and it will take roughly 60 seconds to download the platform automatically. 

 

When joining the webinar via ZOOM, you will not have video and audio options. Please use the below features to request video or audio capabilities during Q&A.

 

Raise hand feature: please use this when you have a question during the question section. If you don't want to share video or audio, you can submit your question via Chat or the Q&A button (both at the bottom of the Zoom screen). The moderator will then ask your question.

 

Chat options: You can submit your question via the chat room. 

Q&A feature: You can submit your question, so only panelists have access, through the Q&A feature.

 

When the Q&A section begins, please "raise hand" or send a chat message to "host or panelists" to notify you have a question. You will then be added to the screen to ask your question live.

 

 

If joining via phone (without Zoom software), please submit your questions to ecohealthnet@ecohealthalliance.org.

 

Or iPhone one-tap (US Toll):  +14086380968,177913782# or +16465588656,177913782#

Or Telephone:

    Dial: +1 408 638 0968 (US Toll) or +1 646 558 8656 (US Toll)

    Webinar ID: 177 913 782

    International numbers available: https://zoom.us/zoomconference?m=zJRb5jIFgvZCqcIv9nhwTVWO_4KJXILK

 

Communicating Science layout:

- Welcome & overview by Dr. Jon Epstein (EHA)

- Panel discussions with Kai Kupferschmidt (Science Magazine), Andrea Crossan (Public Radio International), Laura Helft (Howard Hughes Medical Institute)

- Q&A: Classroom Participants

- Q&A: Remote Participants

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