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The rewards of communicating your science

May 10, 2013

What scientists need to know about science communication and the risks and rewards of speaking up.

Monday, May 13
5-6 p.m.
Lory Student Center

Join us or a lively lecture given by Liz Neeley, Assistant Director of Science Outreach at COMPASS.   

Over the past decade, COMPASS has helped hundreds of scientists find their voices and share their science.

Follow the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #COMPASSmtg.

You can also follow Liz Neeley by tweeting @LizNeeley.


COMPASS is a team of science-based communications professionals located in Seattle, Wash.  Their mission involves helping scientists communicate about their work and thereby contribute to the critical conversations that are taking place about food, water, energy, and other ecosytem goods and services.