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November 9, 2016


We are pleased to announce the inaugural ComSciCon-Pacific Northwest, which will take place on March 24 and 25, 2017 at Google Seattle. This unique professional development experience will provide STEM graduate students with a fantastic opportunity to meet leaders in the communication of research from across the region, learn from a remarkable group of invited experts, and produce an original work communicating scholarly research to a new audience.



ComSciCon Arrives on the West Coast: ComSciCon-San Diego

September 19, 2016

This post was authored by Rose Hendricks and the Organizing Committee of ComSciCon-SanDiego 2016.

Set serenely atop a high-rise overlooking the Pacific Ocean, ComSciCon-San Diego included a keynote by scientist and zombie expert Bradley Voytek, four expert panels, two hands-on writing workshops, and two additional professional development workshops.

ComSciCon-Chicago 2016

ComSciCon-Chicago hosts second annual conference

September 10, 2016

On August 6th & 7th 2016, the ComSciCon-Chicago organizing team hosted its second annual conference at Northwestern University’s Robert H. Lurie Medical Research Center. The event brought 50 graduate students together from 12 different institutions including Northwestern University, the University of Chicago, University of Illinois at Chicago, and the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.

ComSciCon16 annual report cover

ComSciCon releases 2016 annual report

August 29, 2016

ComSciCon has issued its fourth annual report, documenting the organization of our 2016 flagship national workshop which took place in June, the launch of new and continuing ComSciCon-local workshop franchises around the country, and evaluating the impacts of our programming through longitudinal reporting on participants and personal testimony from attendees and invited experts.

Megan Litwhiler at ComSciCon15

ComSciCon-SciWri Alum Reflects on Path to Museum of Science

February 13, 2016

One of the most exciting outcomes of our ComSciCon workshops is the enduring impacts that they have on the professional direction and nascent careers of our graduate student attendees. We touched base with Megan Litwhiler, an alum of two ComSciCon events, this week as she settles into her new position in Research Communications at the Museum of Science in Boston.