The Australian Science Communicators (ASC) will be hosting the inaugural online symposium for honours and master students completing research in science communication.
This symposium will see students in their final year, have the opportunity to present their research to the science communication network. All are encouraged to attend to hear about the research happening within the science communication sphere.
A careers night Q&A event will occur from 6-7:30pm AEDT following the presentations where we will hear from speakers from a variety of career pathways with the opportunity to ask questions.
Program (please note the program has moved to a 4pm start time):
4pm AEDT - Student presentations
4:15pm AEDT: Ventures in the vocabulary of viral variation - Lucy Campbell
4:50pm AEDT: Identifying obstacles to remove them: Including people living with a disability - Tam Pinkerton
5:25pm AEDT: 'It's Kind of Alienating'; Queer relationships with science - Clare Boon
6-7:30pm AEDT - Careers panel with Q&A and breakout discussions
- Dr Cobi Calyx, postdoctoral fellow
- Mike McRae, freelance science writer
- Tanaya Joshi, impact and communications
- Duncan McIntyre, energy and policy
More info can be found here: https://www.asc.asn.au/blog/2022/10/30/the-inaugural-asc-honours-and-masters-research-symposium/
Note: the same link will get you access to the presentations and the careers night. Please use this same registration form for both parts.