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How to Effectively Communicate Science

The ACE Writing Learning Community will host Zeke Barlow, Assistant Director for Communications and Marketing in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Virginia Tech, for an upcoming webinar on Wednesday, March 16 at 2 p.m. EST.

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How to Effectively Communicate Science

Is it sometimes challenging to make a research story sound interesting? Hard to get anyone excited about your story? Tough to get researchers to think about something from a non-Ph.D. perspective? You’re not alone.

But with a few tips and tools, you can easily make anyone care about the most esoteric of findings.

Join us on March 16 as we go over some of the best ways β€” and biggest pitfalls β€” to write about science.


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