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TGIF: Presenting a conference talk (Part 1)

Speaking Skills for Scientists
Every speaking opportunity is a chance to engage and inform your audience about your research and findings. Creating and delivering a compelling talk is a learned skill, combining audience engagement, clear visual design of information, and public speaking techniques. Come to this Friday's TGIF to learn how to make the most of your audience's attention.

Instructor: After completing her Ph.D in Immunology at Stanford, Trisha Stan became a fellow in the Program for Writing and Rhetoric. She focuses on helping scientists and future scientists find clear and compelling ways to share their ideas. She is also a co-founder and producer of the science news podcast Goggles Optional.

 

Location: 

Y2E2-111

Date: 
Friday, April 29, 2016 -
4:00pm to 5:00pm