Careers in science communication span a wide range of options and can offer a wealth of opportunities to contribute to science through educational initiatives, journal editing and peer review, science library leadership, and science writing beyond strictly academic audiences.
During this event, four distinguished scientists will describe their exciting career paths in scholarly communication, and they will also offer invaluable insights into these unique job markets. The program includes continental breakfast, panel presentations from each speaker and small, informal round table discussions with interested attendees.
Dr. Jeanne Garbarino, Director of Rockefeller University’s Science Outreach Program
Dr. Eva Kiesler, Managing Editor, Rockefeller University’s Communications and Public Affairs Office
Dr. Holly Miller, Acting Dean of Libraries, Florida Institute of Technology
Dr. Teodoro Pulvirenti, Executive Editor of The Journal of Experimental Medicine at Rockefeller University Press
9:30 – 10:00 am Continental Breakfast
10:00 – 11:00 am Panel presentations and discussion
11:15 – 12 noon Informal round table conversations
*Sponsored by The Rockefeller University Dean's Office and the Rita and Frits Markus Library
Open to Tri-Institutional Community only