Mark your calendars: The LSC colloquium is once again bringing an exciting lineup of speakers for students and faculty alike. Attendees of the colloquium will hear from experts in risk, science communication, health communication, science and technology studies, science policy, and new information technologies, among other interesting areas.
The colloquium will take place each Wednesday from 12:05 to 1 p.m. in 137 Hiram Smith Hall. This semester the colloquium was organized by LSC chair Dominique Brossard. Check out the list of speakers below. All faculty, staff, and students are welcome to attend. You can click each speakers’ name for more information about them. Follow @UW_LSC or #uwlsc700 on Twitter for live tweets from the talks Most importantly, after each speaker, a link by their names will take you to a video of their talk.
Week 2, 01/27: Dietram Scheufele – John E. Ross Professor, Department of Life Sciences Communication, UW-Madison
Week 3, 02/03: James Shanahan – Dean, Media School, Indiana University
Week 4, 02/10: Bret Shaw – Associate Professor, Department of Life Sciences Communication and UW- Extension, UW- Madison & Tricia Knoot – Forest and Research Sociologist/Economist, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Week 6, 02/24: Christopher Wells – Assistant Professor, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, UW- Madison
Week 7, 03/02: Karyn Riddle – Associate Professor, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, UW- Madison
Week 8, 03/09: Catalina Toma – Assistant Professor, Communication Arts, UW- Madison
Week 9: 03/16: Mike Xenos – Department Chair, Communication Arts, UW- Madison
Week 10: 03/23: – Spring Break –
Week 11: 03/30: Dmitry Epstein – Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, University of Illinois at Chicago
CANCELLED Week 12: 04/06: Bruce Hardy – Assistant Professor, School of Media and Communication, Temple University
Week 13: 04/13: Luisa Massarani – Latin America and Caribbean Regional Coordinator, SciDev.Net
Week 14: 04/20: Andrew Greenberg – Associate Director, Institute for Chemical Education, UW- Madison
Week 15: 04/27: Sheila Reaves – Professor, Department of Life Sciences Communication, UW- Madison
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