What’s it like being a professional science communicator? Climate Science Alliance team members Alex Warneke and Diane Terry joined NSF CAICE Undergraduate students to share about their roles as “SciCommers” in the first of a series of talks aimed at supporting the students in disseminating research.
Photo features Alex Warneke at the Climate Kids - NSF CAICE table at San Diego Natural History Museum’s 2020 Secret Society of Adultologists event.
What’s it like being a professional science communicator? Climate Science Alliance team members Alex Warneke and Diane Terry joined undergraduate students at the NSF Center for Aerosol Impacts on Chemistry of the Environment (CAICE) to share their career paths to becoming “SciCommers” and the unique ways they practice this within their roles.
The discussion, held on June 22nd, was the first in a series of talks that CAICE undergraduates – including their three science communication fellows, one of which is Affiliated Artist Audrey Carver – will participate in, helping them learn about the importance of disseminating research to diverse audiences in the community.
The Climate Science Alliance team is proud to partner with NSF CAICE on a variety of projects, especially when it involves supporting the next generation of climate stewards. Check out our recent collaborations with NSF CAICE here:
At the Climate Science Alliance, Alex Warneke serves as the Deputy Director and Diane Terry serves as the Creative Program Manager. Get to know our full team here.