2017 Science Appearances!
Here is the tentative list of where I’ll be doing some sort of science communication this year, so far, already. Whew. This is partially for me to keep track, and also to invite you to public presentations where applicable. I’ll update as things change.
(For simplicity’s sake, this currently doesn’t include my travel schedule for PDX Broadsides or any other reason, but there’ll probably be another post about that soon.)
26-27: Science Talk NW; OMSI, Portland, OR. (Conference.)
27: Science Talk NW Trainee Competition; OMSI, Portland. (Unknown if public or not currently.)
10: Darwin Day; Portland State University, Portland, OR. (Open to the public. More details soon.)
14-19: Society for Reproductive Investigation; Orlando, FL. (Conference.)
24-25: ComSciCon PacNW; Seattle, WA. (Committee member, regional workshop. Potentially performing with PDX Broadsides the night between; that show would be open to the public.)
26-Apr. 1: Curating @IAmSciArt account on Twitter. (Open to the public. Because Twitter.)
13-16: NorWesCon; Seattle, WA. (Convention, badge required but can be purchased by anyone. Also performing with PDX Broadsides.)
9-11: ComSciCon National; Boston, MA. (Conference, pending acceptance.)
19-23: American Association for Advancement of Science – Pacific Division; Waimea, HI. (Conference. Pending acceptance, but as a Sigma Xi regional winner, it’s just a matter of fundraising for this one…)
6: Science Pub; Mission Theater, Portland, OR. Open to the public, please come have a beer, play a little placenta trivia and hear about my work in about as layman’s terms as I can make it!
30-Sept 3: International Federation for Placental Associations meeting; Manchester, UK. (Conference. Pending acceptance and copious fundraising.)
To be scheduled:
Better Know A Lab; Portland State University. Open to the public. 25 minute talk, on a Tuesday at noon, sometime between now and end of May.
PhD dissertation defense: Fall 2017, TBD. DEFINITELY open to the public. Attendance borderline mandatory, if you have ever wanted to hear about my science.
Meet a Scientist at OMSI. Open to the public (with museum admission). Part of the OMSI Science Communication Fellows cohort, appearances TBD.