Decoding Science Communication: A Workshop for NM Postdocs

Science is full of groundbreaking discoveries, but how do we effectively share them with the world? This free interactive workshop, designed specifically for postdocs, will equip you with the skills and knowledge to become a confident and compelling science communicator. Travel support may be available.

When: May 16–17, 2024

Where: CHTM at the University of New Mexico, 1313 Goddard St SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106. Google Map Link

Eligibility: Ideal applicants are postdocs who are affiliated with a New Mexico academic institution or national laboratory. Applicants do not need to be involved with the current EPSCoR award.

Application Deadline: April 15, 2024

Workshop Sponsors: NM EPSCoR and DEC@UNM

Contact: Brittney Van Der Werff bvdw@epscor.unm.edu


Workshop Application


Current Role
We are tailoring this science communication workshop to your interests. Tell us what you are most interested in by answering the following questions:

What skill do you want to be better at? 

1st Choice
How confident do you feel in your current ability to do choice #1
2nd Choice
How confident do you feel in your current ability to do choice #2
3rd Choice
How confident do you feel in your current ability to do choice #3

Important Details:

  • A hypoallergenic toy poodle service dog may be present during the workshop.
  • Please bring your laptop and cell phone each day. We will be using computers and phones for some activities.
Photo Release: I grant New Mexico EPSCoR and their representatives and employees the right to record and photograph this event. I authorize New Mexico EPSCoR to copyright, use, and publish the same in print and/or electronically.
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