The American Geophysical Union has a pile of great resources for interacting with the media. Two we’re highlighting today are focused on helping you discern whether the science story idea you have is newsworthy. These tips apply whether you are trying to get press coverage or wanting to write about your own science. Description onRead more about Resource of the Week: When is science newsworthy?[…]
Image: screenshot from the podcast homepage on Soundcloud.com Warm Regards is a podcast about the warming planet. The show is hosted by meteorologist Eric Holthaus. Co-hosts are Jacquelyn Gill, a paleoecologist at the University of Maine, and Andy Revkin, a veteran journalist at ProPublica.
The results are in, and Dr. Kirsten Schwarz will assume the chairperson-elect position after #ESA2018. Meet Kirsten: We are excited to keep up the Section momentum with Kirsten! She directs the Ecological Stewardship Institute at Northern Kentucky University. She is an urban ecologist who uses a transdisciplinary systems approach to understand how landscape patterns affectRead more about Introducing the 2018-2019 C&E Chairperson-Elect[…]
This week, Dr. Sara Kuebbing, of Plant Love Stories*, responds to the #MySciComm questions!
Sara Kuebbing is a plant ecologist and conservation biologist who adores chickadees and mayapples. She is delighted to join the University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Biological Sciences this fall as an Assistant Professor. Sara’s most recent #MySciComm adventure is propagating Plant Love Stories, a website devoted to curating and collecting people’s stories about how plants have shaped their lives. Sara runs PLS with a team of other fantastic SciCommers. Connect with her @SaraKuebbbing or via her website.