I’ve been working on a few new writing projects the last two months, one of which is now published!
Here is the invited guest blog post I co-wrote for the University of British Columbia’s Science Writing Resources for Learning (ScWRL):
Integrating science communication training into an interdisciplinary program on atmospheric aerosols.
It covers an NSERC (Natural Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada)-funded initiative called CREATE-AAP that encourages students studying atmospheric issues to communicate and collaborate across different fields of science.
The ScWRL site is a great resource for students and teachers with useful links, original videos, and activities for writing about or communicating science. Read more stories and tips from educators, writers, and expert scientists on their Guest Blog.
Thank you Prof. Allan Bertram and ScWRL team for the opportunity!