Telling your science: Improv workshop

Monica Granados, facilitator — with Chris Bresky — of Research Week improv workshop

Tell the compelling story of your research through narrative storytelling.

In this two-hour workshop, learn how to be spontaneous, tell stories and the importance of contributing your own ideas. Participants will learn how to keep people engaged when discussing research, combat feelings of failure and leave with a one to two-minute elevator pitch.

Workshop capacity is 30
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Narrative Storytelling
Tuesday, May 1, 2 to 4 p.m.
Old Library 217

 About the instructors

Monica Granados is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Guelph and the Wildlife Conservation Society Canada studying the responses of food webs to climate change. Monica is also a current member of the Making Box Brigade and has performed festivals in Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto.

Chris Bresky is a science educator from the Adler Planetarium in Chicago with his MFA in performance from the Old Globe Theatre. He currently is using narrative in science to inspire Chicago teens and science professionals on the hunt for submerged meteorites in Lake Michigan.