26th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference

Communicate Your Science & Engineering More Effectively: An interactive workshop

If your work in green chemistry and engineering is to have the impact that it should, you need to be able to communicate your ideas in clear, vivid terms to any audience.  To help you meet this goal, we are offering this communications workshop on each day of the conference.  You’ll learn tips for sorting through and communicating even the most complex concepts.  More importantly, you’ll have the chance to try out your message, refine it, and try again.  They will be highly interactive sessions that will leave you better equipped to tackle the full range of your communications challenges.

Participants per Session:

Each session will be capped at 15 people to ensure that all attendees have the chance to participate fully.

Register for a session:

Registrations for each session with be taken on a first come, first served basis until each session is full. Please indicate which session you wish to attend.  If more than one of the session times could work for you, please list them in order of your preference. Click here to register.

About the Instructor:

 James Rea is a communications coach who specializes in helping scientists, engineers, executives, policy experts and entrepreneurs communicate their work more clearly and effectively.  James coaches these people through his own firm, Experts/Clearly, and as a Workshop Instructor with the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science.  James comes to his coaching work with a deep history in, and an abiding respect for, the fields of Green Chemistry and Green Engineering.  His first position at the US EPA (1996) found him working under the leadership of Joe Breen.  After several years as a reporter and producer for National Public Radio (WAMU 88.5 FM), James stepped into communications roles with the ACS Green Chemistry Institute, and later with the Center for Green Chemistry & Green Engineering at Yale.  More about James and his coaching work can be found at www.expertsclearly.com

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