Science Communication

Exercise 1: Message Box – How to structure your message  Due to the vast amount of knowledge that scientists accumulate over the years about their research topics, they often find it difficult to restrict themselves when trying to convey the essence of their work. The ‘Message Box’ is a powerful tool that helps you bring structure into your thoughts by answering four questions…

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Networking

Theoretical elements What is Networking? Why network at all? Have you networked? How do you network? Intra- and interdisciplinary, collaborators, general public, journalists, online, within academia/industry? What kind of networks are there? Where should/shouldn’t you network? How can you improve your networking skills? What kind of networking tools are there, what are their advantages etc.…

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Time Management

Workshop provided by FINISH ON TIME The objective is to provide you with a toolbox for increased academic productivity. The background is that we often focus on what/the content of our work, but sometimes we forget to pay attention to our own work process, or how we work, think, and act. However, the process is…

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