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Show Yourself, your Science, your Nature
June 21 @ 14:30 - 17:00
Workshop on improving visibility for fellow scientists and the general public
Today’s researcher is expected to do much more than just excellent research. You’re also expected to let the world know about the great work you are doing. Whether that is through publishing your work in high-impact journals and presenting at conferences or through writing for the general public, appearing on television or radio, or interacting with the public online. All of it is meant to create visibility for your work and for you in order to gain the funds, scholarly recognition and public backing needed to make your career as a scientist successful.
In this workshop you’ll explore ways to increase your visibility through both scholarly and science communication. Topics to be covered are publication methods, collaboration partners, researcher identifiers, social media, and more. The workshop is intended to be interactive and we’d like you to bring your own laptop or device to be able to participate.
- Date: Thursday June 21
- Time: 14:30 – 17:00
- Location: Van Steenis Building, room E002A
- Target audience: all employees of the Faculty of Science (women and men)
- Language English
- Free of charge
- Maximum number of participants: 36