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Laurentian University Science Communication Program Receives Award

Tuesday, December 04, 2018 11:12 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Laurentian University Science Communication Program, offered in partnership with Science North, is the 2018 recipient of the Royal Canadian Institute for Science’s William Edmond Logan Award, recognizing excellence in promoting the public understanding of science by a Canadian organization.

Laurentian Science Communication Program is unique in Canada, providing science graduates with the training to take scientific information and transform it into accessible and understandable knowledge for the public. It allows scientists to recognize the value of doing outreach and hone their skills for it. This program delivers a multidisciplinary experience that covers the theory underlying good communication, as well as the practical challenges of effectively communicating science and the issues involving science in society. Graduates of Laurentian University’s Science Communication Program are working in various fields all across Canada and in other parts of the world, including at Science North, the program’s partner.

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