Public speaking is an important type of scientific communication, but it can be scary. Developing public speaking confidence and the skillful use of visual presentation materials is important to a wide range of career goals.
In this Impact Challenge session, “Show, don’t tell: Tips and tricks for public speaking, better slide decks and posters,” guest speaker Danielle Robinson, Ph.D., will talk about how she stopped avoiding, learned to enjoy and got really good at public speaking. (Spoiler alert: private room karaoke may have helped.) Attendees will also learn about effective presentation and data visualization techniques that can make slide decks and posters more impactful and easier to create.
Wednesday, Dec. 12
2 to 3:30 p.m.
BICC, room 124
Robinson is the co-executive director of Code for Science & Society, a nonprofit that supports and incubates open source projects in the public interest. She received her doctorate in neuroscience at OHSU in 2016 and was a 2017 Mozilla Fellow.
All OHSU community members are welcome. Attendance is free, but registration is requested.
The OHSU Library, in collaboration with the School of Medicine’s Career and Professional Development Center and the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs, hosts the OHSU Impact Challenge, a series of workshops designed to assist students, early-career researchers and faculty navigate and implement tactics and tools for sharing their work and building a professional network.
To find out more, contact Robin Champieux, research engagement and open science librarian, at firstname.lastname@example.org.