Massachusetts Institute of Technology / Building 3 / Saturday, December 8, 2018
Whether you're passionate about biology or filmmaking, math or creative writing, you're welcome to join us! At our biannual workshops, we help 40-50 high schoolers (from any school) create their own science communication works.
Learn how to communicate big ideas to diverse audiences using different platforms, including articles, videos/animations, interactive webpages, and illustrations. You'll make new friends and receive one-on-one feedback and guidance from experts from MIT, Harvard, STAT News, and more!
We need experts to teach hands-on sessions involving creating and revising works that express STEM topics in engaging, accessible ways. If you have a skill in any form of media or a unique perspective on science communication, let us know!
Individualized feedback and engagement is amazing, but with only one workshop leader and many students, it's tough to achieve. That's why we're encouraging people (undergraduate-age and beyond) to volunteer to help workshop leaders guide students on a more personalized level, among other tasks.
More information coming soon!
Our team members have been invited to ComSciCon (national science communication workshop for and by graduate students) and Science Media Awards and Summit in the Hub 2018 (SMASH18), in both cases as unprecedented high school participants.Vote for our Science Talk proposal