Virtual Middlebury

Closed to the Public

Guest speaker Joshua Tucker from New York University and co-author of The Washington Post’s Monkey Cage will lead us in a discussion on how we speak to a general audience about our research. Whether the topic is data science, climate change, policy, history, or art, it can seem difficult for those of us steeped in the details of a subject to present our work in ways that are accessible to non-experts. In this workshop we will hear from an expert on bridging the expert-non-expert gap and will be reminded of resources at Middlebury that can assist us in broadening the audience for our work.

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A continuation of the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research’s JTerm Contemporary Teaching series for faculty and staff.

Sponsored by the Political Science Department and

Sponsored by:
Political Science; Center for Teaching, Learning and Research

Contact Organizer

Cousino, Debbie
(802) 443-5150