Science Training for Journalists
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Workshop Agenda | Speaker Bios | Training March 12, 2015 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Shepard Building URI Feinstein Campus 80 Washington Street Providence, RI Register here by March 9th. How to Translate Scientific Data to Engage Your Audience Many individuals and organizations in Rhode Island are actively working to convey the science and impacts… [ Continue Reading ]
Return to Alumni Profiles Cynthia Henry – 2007 Metcalf alumna Cynthia Henry shares this advice with the early-career journalists she manages as deputy editor at the Philadelphia Inquirer: When interviewing a scientist for a story, “you can’t be afraid to feel stupid, to say I don’t understand,” said Henry. It’s one of the lessons Henry… [ Continue Reading ]
Training | Climate Change and the News Initiative May 11 – 12, 2015 National Adaptation Forum St. Louis Union Station Hotel St. Louis, Missouri It’s happening right now in your community. Towns, states and regions are undertaking efforts to minimize the impacts of rising sea levels, warming temperatures, and, changing weather patterns on homes, businesses,… [ Continue Reading ]