The communication of scientific research to the lay public represents a fundamental step in order for it to have a true impact on society, thus contributing to democratization and trust in scientific and non-scientific institutions.
In the effort to reach this goal, the TEN Program on Sustainability is proud to announce that it will be offering six training sessions in Italian on Science Communication at the Department of Economics and Management "Marco Fanno" of the University of Padova, Italy from January 16 to February 2, 2023.
As the title suggests, “Panini di Scienza” (Science Sandwiches) will take place during the lunch break and will be an opportunity for dialogue among communicators, researchers, and faculty members to understand how to effectively communicate their research to different audiences, such as policy makers, citizens, journalists, using different media.
Although it may be true that not all researchers need to be communicators, acquiring knowledge and tools on the subject can raise the awareness and help gain the confidence necessary to communicate, also personally, their own research and in turn support the effectiveness and impact on society of the research itself.
If you are a researcher of the Department of Economics and Management, you’re invited to join the initiative and share science thoughts and sandwiches on Mondays and Thursdays over the next three weeks!
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