Welcome to Virginia Tech's second annual ComSciCon!
The focus this year will be: Inclusion, Diveristy, and Accessibility in Science Communication.
This local version of the national franchise is brought to you by the Communicating Science Club and the Center for Communicating Science. It all started as a conversation between Allison Hutchison, Patty Raun, and Carrie Kroehler about how to bring more science communication opportunities to the Virginia Tech graduate student community. We are thrilled to announce a kickoff event on Thursday, February 27 and a full day's worth of workshops and panels on Friday, February 28. Check out the schedule and apply to be a conference participant!
Please share the flyer below with your friends and students. We hope to see you there!
Image Description: The Communicating Science Club Presents: ComSciCon-Virginia Tech. Inclusion, Diversity, and Accessibility in Science Communication. February 27-28, 2020 in the Graduate Life Center. A free conference open to graduate students and undergraduate upperclassmen to learn how to communicate research and science! Students can participate in: -Panel Discussions, -Workshops, -Your Research in a Nutshell, -Write-a-thon. Applications will open in early January. If you have any questions about this event, please contact Stephanie Edwards Compton: email@example.com or Susan Chen: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Social Media or go to our website! Twitter: @ComsciconVT Instagram: @comsciconvirginiatech Website: comscicon.com/comscicon-virginia-tech-2020