About this talk
Recent research into science communication has gone a long way to explaining the basis for apparent social and political divides on issues like climate change and genetic modification – showing how the audiences’ values can shape the message they receive. But such learnings can also be used in your favour, to improve your communication through framing and values-based messages. This presentation will look at how you can use science communication research to better get your messages across – and improve the chances that you will be listened to!
Dr. Craig Cormick is one of Australia’s leading science communicators, with over 30 years’ experience. He is the former President of the Australian Science Communicators, an award-winning author of more than 25 books, and is widely published in research journals, including those of Nature and Cell. He specialises in communicating complex science issues and has taught writing and public relations at universities in Australia and conducted communication workshops worldwide. He is the author of The Science of Communicating Science published by CSIRO in 2019. A wikipedia page about Dr. Craig Cormick can be reached at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Craig_Cormick
April 08, 2021
12:00-1:15 PM HST
To maximize your interaction with the speaker and your experience with this webinar, you can read Dr. Craig Cormick’s recently published book The Science of Communicating Science by CSIRO Publishing in 2019 or a related blog post at https://blog.publish.csiro.au/science-communication-craig-cormick. Dr. Craig Cormick also wrote “Top tips for getting your science out there” for Nature. Please check it out.
Multiʻōlelo Webinar Series 2021 in Language Research Communication is financially supported by the UH SEED IDEAS. This webinar is hosted by the Thursday Brownbag Lecture Series, Department of Second Language Studies, UHM. We would like to express our thanks to Dr. Nicole Ziegler and Ms. Sunhee Kim Fujii for their support.