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Science Communication Career Perks – How to Thrive as a Publishing Professional

Date: 14th July 2020

Time: 6.30-8.00 pm

Online workshop

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Science communication and publishing can be attractive career options for those with training and skills in STEM. Publishing has diversified to cover a broad range of activities, from editorial, production or technology to community engagement, and thus, it offers diverse career options for those looking to take the jump from the bench into publishing, as well as for those with experience in publishing aiming to build and progress their career in that industry.

In this interactive online event, a group of panelists with expertise in different areas of scholarly publishing will share their experience and their tips to successfully navigate a career in science communication.

Whether you are a publishing professional or a scientist exploring an alternative career path, we will aim to share practical information on the do’s, the don’ts and the ‘why not’s of careers in science communication.

Join the conversation at this CamAWISE event on July 14th, 6:30pm onwards, book now!

ALL WELCOME (all genders and non-STEMM).

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We will encourage interaction and Q&A with our panelists:

Iratxe Puebla, Associate Director, ASAPbio  (facilitator)

 

 

 


Jane Alfred, Director & Cofounder at Catalyst Editorial

 

 

 

Nathaniel Gore, Director of Communities, PeerJ

 

 

 

 

Joseph Donlan, Associate Editor, PLOS ONE, Physical sciences and engineering team

 

 

 

Melissa Harrison, Head of production operations, eLife

 

 

 

 

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