UpdatesThank you for deceiding to join us for ConSciCon-ATL 2019 and taking the time to apply. We have received all of your applications and currently in the process of reviweing your submissions!
You should hear back from us in the new year by January 7th.
We anticipate that application will be competitive. With that in mind, please prepare your applications thoughtfully!
The application itself will take approximately 10 minutes, and requires short responses to three prompts. It also contains other questions on demographics that will not be used to evaluate your application.
Accepted students will be notified by mid-January.
You may not edit your application prior to submission, so we recommend that you prepare your responses prior to beginning the application. The prompts are below.
For each response, you may write no more than 500 characters (including spaces). This is approximately 100 words.
Question 1: Describe your previous experience in science communication.
Describe one or more science communication efforts you've been involved in. These could include participation or leadership in student organizations, contributions to science outreach programs, blogging or other writing for the general public, activity on social media, or other experiences. Try to focus on anything you've done outside of your regular duties as a graduate student.
Question 2: How would you describe your research to the general public?
Imagine you are asked about your research by a neighbor with no experience in your field. How would you describe the work that you do in an accurate, but exciting and engaging way?
Question 3: Why do you want to attend the ComSciCon-local workshop?
Explain how attending would help or influence your studies and your future career.
To access the application, please click or copy and paste the link below into your browser. If you have trouble accessing the link, please try on a different wifi network, or email us at email@example.com.You will receive a confirmation email within 24 hours.
We look forward to reading your applications!