INFORM workshop series

Sponsored by Science Speaks Spokane and Spokane Falls Community College MESA program. Gain skills to investigate science, learn the methods of research, and communicate scientific concepts! Being a scientifically literate community member means having the skills to understand the methodology behind scientific research and apply it to your everyday life. Understanding how science is communicated to the public and how to communicate effectively are invaluable skills. Some of these skills can be easier with tools you’ll be provided during this workshop series. Attend each workshop individually, but the biggest benefit will occur if you attend all, no registration needed.

Workshops:

  • January 15 – Why do we do online academic research?
  • January 29 – How do we do online academic research?
  • February 12 – Engagement with STEM articles
  • February 26 – STEM in the media
  • March 11 – Tools we can use