sharing your work with non-academic audiences through a wide range of communication channels
"Transforming facts into actionable information that can activate an agenda requires an array of skills, from creating compelling graphs to developing crisp messaging to implementing an outreach plan."
Speaker Andy Krackov, President Hillcrest Advisory
Thomas Hayden, PhD Professor of the Practice, Earth Systems Program Director, Master of Arts in Earth Systems, Environmental Communication Program
What are the variety of ways to develop your professional digital presence, and what unique opportunities do digital media afford you? Learn the steps to telling your professional story online and why this matters in the digital age.
Helen L. Chen, PhD, director, ePortfolio Initiatives and research scientist, Designing Education Lab, Department of Mechanical Engineering
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Want to write a non-fiction book for a popular audience? Interested in reaching beyond the academic community and sharing a story from your years of research? Publishing with apopular press is a challenging process and one distinctly different from the path to creating an academic book. Join author and Stanford Ph.D. graduate Lauren E. Oakes for a workshop on navigating the popular book-writing process for scholars, from idea to execution to publication and marketing. For the highly motivated faculty member, Ph.D. student, or postdoc with a book idea in mind.
According to recent polls, most Americans are supportive of science and also identify as religious or spiritual. However, some scientists are uncertain about how to foster dialogue about science or their specific research interests with individuals who hold religious perspectives and faith-informed worldviews. This winter, please join us for a conversation between Dr. Willis Jenkins and Dr. Nalini Nadkarni, moderated by Stanford Earth Dean Stephan Graham, on developing discourse between researchers and religious publics. Dr.
According to recent polls, most Americans are supportive of science and also identify as religious or spiritual. However, some scientists are uncertain about how to foster dialogue about science or their specific research interests with individuals who hold religious perspectives and faith-informed worldviews.
The Humanities Public Writing Project invites you to their second event of the year. This project brings Stanford graduate students into the exciting world of writing about the humanities and arts for a broad public audience.
Interested in writing about the humanities for a broad public audience?
The chair of the English department, Blakey Vermeule, and the Senior Associate Dean of the Humanities and Arts, Lanier Anderson, invite you to the first Humanities Public Writing Project event. This project brings Stanford graduate students into the exciting world of writing about the humanities and arts for a broad public audience.
What is a digital presence and is it even worth the time to manage it? Do you need social media tools to tell your story? In this interactive workshop led by digital branding expert Sheetal Patel, you will learn how to develop your professional reputation to help you make connections by building your story and online presence.
Sheetal Patel, MA, PhD, Career Content Lead, Career Management Center, Graduate School of Business
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Do you want your work to reach beyond your immediate academic community? This Forum focuses on writing about your research in a variety of settings and contexts including media, blogs, websites, and other outlets. You’ll learn tips for optimizing your writing productivity and explore ways of communicating your scholarly work through narratives accessible to a broader public.
Lauren E. Oakes, PhD '15, Lecturer, Program in Writing and Rhetoric & School of Earth, Energy, and Environmental Science