Asheley Landrum will discuss the best way to communicate the nuances of public outreach.
WHEN: 5 p.m. Thursday (Aug. 18)
WHERE: Burklee Hill Vineyards, 1109 E. Broadway
EVENT: Asheley Landrum, assistant professor in the College of Media and Communication will discuss evidence-based considerations for effective public outreach and the key aspects of human psychology that underlie them titled “Communicating Science Strategically.”
Landrum is a psychologist specializing in strategic science communication with work appearing in such publications as Nature Climate Change, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, Trends in Biotechnology, Developmental Science, Cognition, Advances in Political Psychology and Journal of Risk Research.
Free food and drinks will be available with limited capacity. To RSVP, please click the following link Science Community Happy Hour – Texas Tech Climate Center. RSVPs are required.
CONTACT: Kathryn Tiedeman
Communications and Outreach Coordinator, Climate Center, Texas Tech University