We are excited to announce that applications are open for DASL’s second annual TEDx-style talk workshop led by Dr. Jason Shepherd. We are enrolling current PhD students who are passionate about science communication. Students must attend 3 workshop sessions and present their final 10-minute talk at an evening community event hosted at the Natural History Museum of Utah. Click here to apply, or visit: https://forms.gle/qzTMa7X1uTNi41SN9
Please review the following eligibility requirements. Applicants must:
- Be a current UofU PhD student
- Attend all three workshops (Mondays from 9-11am; 3/18, 4/1, 4/15; EHSEB room TBD)
- Attend and present their TEDx-style talk at the final live event (7-10pm on 5/7 at the NHMU)
- Consent to the recording of their live presentation to be shared through DASL’s YouTube channel
Applications will be open through the month of February, and we will send out decisions in early March. Please apply and share this opportunity with your colleagues and students!
DASL provides a platform for scientists to share their research, life experiences, and support for equity, diversity, and inclusion in STEM through our lecture series. DASL at the University of Utah is partnered with the University of California – San Diego and San Francisco (UCSD and UCSF), Vanderbilt University, and SACNAS at the U of U. Together, we aim to create a hub of scientists to access resources, build community, and collaborate. Our mission is to feature the diversity here at the University of Utah by promoting science communication to bridge existing gaps with our communities through three-part workshop series on written communication, verbal communication, and science policy.
Questions or comments? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.