Public engagement and science communication activities are important in many different ways. They can, for example,
- generate excitement and interest in science with the public,
- help to keep up or improve acceptance for scientific research in the society, and
- generate appreciation in the community for your profession and institution.
At the same time, skills gained by engaging in science communication activities can also serve the scientists themselves. Successfully explaining an aspect of science or technology will greatly enhance the own level of understanding.
MARUM encourages and actively supports Early Career Researchers in science communication activities and public engagement.
If you would like to get involved and communicate your science, please contact Ulrike Prange from the MARUM science communication team.
Examples of public engagement...
... that you can get involved in.
Science Communication Training at MARUM
We offer of trainings and workshops to address different science communication topics. Some examples can be found in the list below. If you have a need or an idea for an additional topic, please feel encouraged contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org)
see also MARUM courses and training
Examples of output from science communication training:
|Sketchnoting in Science||27 - 28 February 2019|
|Conveying the message - communicating complex science to non-experts||2 - 3 May 2019|
|Sketchnotes for Scientists||7 - 8 February 2019|
|A Film Studio in your Pocket - Creating Scientific Short Films with a Smartphone||10 December 2018|
|Twitter as a Tool for Scientists||6 December 2018|
|Basics of Science Communication: Writing for the Media and the Public||10 October 2018|