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ASC Careers and Networking Night

Australian Science Communicators ACT

Thursday, 23 April 2015 from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm (AEST)

ASC Careers and Networking Night

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Want to get into a science communication career?
Keen to find new talent in the field of science communication? Then the ACT branch Careers and Networking Night at ANU is for you.

The ASC Canberra chapter and CPAS continue their annual career boosting night, with a series of short talks that highlight a range of career paths to science comms. Plus, hear about new and existing CPAS undergraduate and postgraduate courses.  

Guest speakers include:

Lara Davis  How a chemistry graduate ended up a geoscience communicator,
via a Masters of Teaching.

Amanda Cox   From biochemistry to digital communications at ANU’s  College of Medicine Biology & Environment . . via the not-for profit and govt sectors. 

Phil Dooley - How a PhD in physics transforms into an IT trainer, high school workshopper then science writer at ANU.

Katie Howe - Corporate comms professional with no science background . . hey how did she get in here?! 

Anna-Lisa Hayes - How an environmental scientist turned into a science communicator within the government sector.

Following the talks there will be an opportunity to network over food
and drinks.

Have questions about ASC Careers and Networking Night? Contact Australian Science Communicators ACT

When & Where

Green Couch Room, Physics Link Building 38a, Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science (CPAS), ANU
Science Road
Acton, ACT 2601

Thursday, 23 April 2015 from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm (AEST)

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Australian Science Communicators ACT

The Australian Science Communicators (ASC) supports and represents those who make science accessible. Established in 1994, the ASC is a diverse association of more than 500 members including scientists, teachers, journalists, writers, entertainers, students and other communicators who engage Australians (and people overseas) with science, technology and innovation. 

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