Science Communication

Science isn’t finished until it’s communicated. The communication to wider audiences is part of the job of being a scientist, and so how you communicate is absolutely vital.

Sir Mark Walport

Ask Me, I’m a Scientist!

Susanna L Harris hosts scientists and researchers from around the world to answer your questions! These short, casual talks with experts give YOU the opportunity to watch, learn, and ask about the most interesting topics in science news. Click HERE to watch and subscribe, and check out one of the first episodes below!

Why do different people get COVID-19? What’s up with the age, gender, and demographic differences?
On this episode: Dr. Augusto César, B.S., M.Sc., Ph.D. (twitter @augustocesarfm; Instagram @ycare_rg) is a an assistant professor in the Department of Epidemiology School of Public Health at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Dr. César teaches us why different people get sick from different diseases, including things like the flu and COVID-19.

Community Outreach

Nothing is more inspiring than seeing the next generation of scientists build their curiosity – especially when they don’t yet know they really CAN be scientists. Susanna has worked with hundreds of K-12 students in both classroom and non-traditional learning environments. She also hosts and present talks for adults who want to keep learning!

Training Scientists

As a Science Impactor at the Morehead Planetarium and Science Center, Susanna teaches scientists of all ages to turn their own research into fun and engaging activities to engage the public. Through guided learning of everything from pedagogy to conflict resolution, scientists are empowered to take their work from the lab to the classroom and beyond.

#Scicomm on Social Media

Social media gives a voice to those who might not otherwise have one. Susanna loves sharing her passion for science with people around the world who get excited learning about science just by scrolling through their feeds. From demos to fun facts to commentaries on the state of scientific research, please check out her Instagram and Twitter pages.

Let’s build something together.

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