Science Communication Workshops
PORTAL TO THE PUBLIC SCIENCE COMMUNICATION FELLOWSHIPThe Portal to the Public (PoP) approach is a NSF-funded, tested strategy that helps connect public audiences with local scientists and professionals through informal learning organizations. If you are a scientist, or science professional looking to share your research with a broad audience and engage the community in current research from South Dakota, join us and become a SD Discovery Center Science Communication Fellow!
Our fall fellowship application is closed. The next Science Communication Fellowship will be scheduled Spring 2019.
How can you become a Science Communication Fellow?
Tuition for the Science Communication Fellowship is $1,000 per participant (thanks to our sponsor NSF SD EPSCoR, tuition can be waived for a limited number of participants).
What are the benefits of becoming a Fellow?
Free Outreach Programs for the Public:
Build your Network:
For more information visit Portal to the Public.
Portal to the public science communication "crash course"
If you don’t have the time to commit to a full Fellowship, but still want to improve your science communication skills: participate in one of “Crash Course” workshops. These workshops are about 2-3 hours and are offered in different parts of the state at different times throughout the year.
If you have questions or would like to get notified when and where the next “Crash Course” is offered, please contact Rhea.
Cohort Fall 2018
SD EPSCoR Fellows
Cohort Fall 2018 from left to right: Bremansu Osa-Andrews, Bhuvan Vemuri, Lindsay Erickson,
Amos Dwamena, Timothy Hansen, Alex Rickel, Drew Alton, Paul Gaillard, and Anahita Haghizadeh
Cohort Spring 2018
COHORT SUMMER 2017
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