Wednesday 19 July 2017 10:00am to 12:00pm
Graduate School

In this climate of knowledge exchange and community engagement, communicating to an audience outside the academic world  is becoming increasingly important for research professionals. Not only do universities want their academic staff to develop a profile and be seen in the public arena, but there also is an educated and interested community out there keen to hear what goes on within Academia.  Learning how to communicate effectively for knowledge exchange and community engagement is a key skill for any researcher who wants to create change.   

This session is presented by Dr Scott Downman, researcher and media communicator. 

Cost: 
Nil
Accreditation: 
N/A
AHEGS Approved: 
No
Career Focus: 
Knowledge Transfer and Strategy
Skills: 
Transferrable Skills
Professional Skills
Experiences: 
Seminars