Spring Brings Communicating Science Adventures
Here at the Center for Communicating Science, we believe in communication that is personal, direct, spontaneous, and responsive. What happens when we're advised to stay home, teach remotely, and practice "social distancing"? Like everyone on campus and beyond, we get creative! We look at it as an experiment in communication; we postpone, cancel, strategize, adapt; and we do our best to keep on with our work while responding to the needs of our communities.
We'll keep this list of spring events updated:
March Science on Tap: Our in-person March event is POSTPONED, but we'll be sharing information with you from Virginia Tech virus researchers Linsey Marr and Kaisen Lin, who study airborne disease transmission.
April 2-3: "Patterson Clark: Art and Process from Invasive Plants." POLITICO visual journalist Patterson Clark will be at the Moss Arts Center with a multi-media show of his artwork, including a video demonstrating the transformation of invasive plants into pigments, textiles, and other media. Postponed.
April 9: Brandi and Carlton Turner, leadership team for the Mississippi Center for Cultural Production (Sipp Culture), will speak on using the arts and agriculture to support rural community, cultural, and economic development. 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. via Zoom. More information is available here. Please contact Bob Leonard by email <email@example.com> to register.
April 23: Effective Communication Workshop. Explore the value of playful improvisation and serious games to help you establish more confident, more productive, and more effective connections with all of your collaborators at work and in life. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Virginia Tech Roanoke Center, 108 N. Jefferson St., Roanoke. Postponed. For more information and registration, click here.