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How to talk with someone about COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy

With less than half of the United States fully vaccinated, you’ve probably wondered, “How should I talk to hesitant friends or family members about getting their COVID-19 shot?” Now, Stanford Medicine researchers specializing in health education have developed guidelines to help facilitate those awkward conversations. 736 mais palavras


Reconciliating with our Past: The Reconciliation in Place Names Act

By Connor Dacey, GSA Science Policy Fellow

Utah’s Rainbow Bridge in Rainbow Bridge National Monument, Utah – Credit: National Science Founcation

America has numerous federally-recognized geographic places with historical names.  509 mais palavras

Science Communication

Newest version of the "Ghosts" talk

This is an updated version of the presentation in which I introduce a “new model of the relationship between science and communication,” as presented to the Leibniz Association in June, 2021. 88 mais palavras

Speaking out

Bill McGuire, who is Professor Emeritus of Geophysical & Climate Hazards at UCL, has written a post suggesting that climate scientists should speak out more and that they should… 487 mais palavras

Climate Change

Small wins: undergraduate geological field trips in times of COVID-19

By Mark Quigley, Associate Professor of Earthquake Science, School of Earth Sciences at The University of Melbourne

Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) and its associated coronavirus disease (COVID-19) emerged in late 2019 and accelerated into a global pandemic by March 2020. 2.871 mais palavras

Science Communication

When it Comes to Communications, Scientists Can Learn a Lot from Policymakers

By Sheeva Azma, founder of Fancy Comma, LLC

Infographic by Monique Faith Boodram, founder of STEM First! Gen

According to @SheevaAzma and @AgentFaithMD, scientists can learn a lot from policymakers’ communication strategies.

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