Writing effective correspondence, progress reports, proposals, newsletter and trade magazine articles, abstracts and summaries, instructions, and literature reviews.
Introduction to communication at the intersection of science, politics and society; overview of the theoretical foundations of science communication and their relevance for societal debates about science and emerging technologies across different parts of the world. Enroll Info: None
Introduction to the basic principles in the visual communication of science information. Principles of design, perception, cognition as well as the use of technologies in the representation of science in the mass media will be explored through illustrated lectures and written critique. Enroll Info: None
Explores social media communication and tools specific to the life sciences, and will be centered on building the student’s social media presence. Coursework will include a variety of readings from peer-reviewed papers, marketing, business and communication journals. Enroll Info: None