The practice of informing, educating, and raising awareness of science-related topics is fundamental to educators, but what makes a great science communicator? How do you communicate with influence and what are the pitfalls? Come and explore this important skill with likeminded people at the World Science Festival Brisbane.
This is a great opportunity to learn from Australia’s best science communicators and meet your STEM colleagues over a drink and nibbles – if you’re a high school STEM teacher or educator this one is not to be missed.
Dr Karl Kruszelnicki just loves science to pieces, and has been spreading the word in print, on TV and radio, and online via social media for more than thirty years....View Profile
Karlie Alinta Noon is a Gamilaraay astronomer and science communicator working with audiences around the country for the past ten years promoting Indigenous astronomical knowledge systems and advocating for more...View Profile
Professor Hugh Possingham is the Queensland Chief Scientist. He is a conservation scientist and mathematician who has held positions in the university, public and not-for profit sectors. He is a...View Profile
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$20 per person
Ticket includes post session drink and nibbles
All tickets purchased are for single entry
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