Events Calendar

02 Nov
Event Type

Trainings & Workshops

Topic

Research

Target Audience

Staff, Faculty, Postdocs, Residents & Fellows

Tags

RCR Event, Catalog of Opportunities

University Unit
Clinical and Translational Science Institute
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Communicating Science

The Clinical and Translational Science Institute's (CTSI) Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Center serves as a resource for researchers at the University of Pittsburgh. Our objective is to provide education so that you can learn to effectively recognize and avoid research misconduct and understand the resources that are available to support your research. Click here for more information or to view upcoming workshops.

During the Communicating Science workshop on November 2, learning how to convey the importance of your message while being interesting, maintaining the attention of the audience and making the learning process enjoyable will be discussedAn overview of scientific communication skills, including knowing your audience and why they are interested in the information you are speaking about, how to translate scientific jargon into understandable concepts for the public, and how to keep the audience engaged will also be presented.

Presented by Judy Cameron, PhD, Department of Psychiatry. 

(subject matter: scientist in society)

Registration is required. Please register by November 1.

Dial-In Information

Zoom information will be sent after registering.

Tuesday, November 2 at 12:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.

Virtual Event

Communicating Science

The Clinical and Translational Science Institute's (CTSI) Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Center serves as a resource for researchers at the University of Pittsburgh. Our objective is to provide education so that you can learn to effectively recognize and avoid research misconduct and understand the resources that are available to support your research. Click here for more information or to view upcoming workshops.

During the Communicating Science workshop on November 2, learning how to convey the importance of your message while being interesting, maintaining the attention of the audience and making the learning process enjoyable will be discussedAn overview of scientific communication skills, including knowing your audience and why they are interested in the information you are speaking about, how to translate scientific jargon into understandable concepts for the public, and how to keep the audience engaged will also be presented.

Presented by Judy Cameron, PhD, Department of Psychiatry. 

(subject matter: scientist in society)

Registration is required. Please register by November 1.

Dial-In Information

Zoom information will be sent after registering.

Tuesday, November 2 at 12:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.

Virtual Event

Topic

Research

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