This morning Facebook reminded me that “on this day” three years ago, I published the first-ever call for the ASLO Science Communication Internship. The program was new and I didn’t know what to expect in terms of applications. But I knew ASLO was well-positioned to expand our training opportunities
Science Communications Lab I & II. Yes, LAB: Make Your Science Communication More Effective;
Science Videos that Engage Video: Workshop at 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting; Interdisciplinary Presentations Workshop
The social network that ASLO has created allows for unparalleled opportunities to engage with other scientific societies, the science interested, and a broader general audience, in addition to providing another means through which to communicate with our members and scientific community.
We get an inside look at the Smithsonian’s Deep Time collection from Collections Manager and Volunteer Coordinator Matthew Miller and learn what it’s like to be a researcher at the museum from Post-Doc Dr. Caitlin Keating-Bitonti.
Dervla and Sean here, the Fall 2017 ASLO Science Communication interns. We arrived in D.C. at the beginning of September and hit the ground running.