Neuroscience Communication Fellowship
The Pacific Science Center (Seattle, WA) is recruiting neuroscientists to participate in their Science Communication Fellowship program. The scientists would receive free professional development around science communication and participate in public programs at the museum as one of our Science Communication Fellows, a community of more than 80 scientists and engineers from many different research disciplines.
This set of workshops will take place late September through December 2012, and is connected to a new exhibit exploring current neuroscience research, in particular connections between neuroscience and human health. Only researchers or science-based professionals whose work is related to neuroscience are eligible for this fully-funded workshop series. The program is designed for researchers, scientists, engineers, graduate students, and science-based professionals who are interested in building skills to effectively engage public audiences around their current research. New Fellows attend four Science Communication Short Course workshops and develop their own fun hands-on activity to facilitate at various Pacific Science Center public outreach programs. More information about the Fellowship program is available at:
There are a limited number of spaces for the Short Course and applications are due by August 30th.
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