Subject: Environment and Sustainability
Credit units: 0
College: School of Environ and Sustain
Department: SENS Executive Director Office


Communicating your research to the right people, at the right times, and in the right ways, ensures that it has value and impact beyond academia, and that it supports positive change in policy, practice, and behaviour. With a focus on humanizing science, and the people who do it, this facilitated online course invites researchers to explore and develop the powerful stories that help audiences connect with their work. It pairs this human focus with practical tools for strategically, cost-effectively and professionally communicating with non-specialist audiences and the media.

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