Science Communication Soirée
10 March 2022
LEVEL 2, THEATRE, QUEENSLAND MUSEUM

Summary

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 – from teachers to university students this event is one not to be missed. 

FEATURING

Karlie Noon

Karlie Noon

Speaker

Karlie Noon

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...

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Accessibility

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Cost

$20 per person

Location

LEVEL 2, THEATRE, QUEENSLAND MUSEUM, South Brisbane, Qld, Australia

Age Recommendation

Science and Mathematics Educators (18+ event)

Session Times

Science Communication Soirée

10 March 2022

60mins 6:00pm

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