Science Writing Workshops: Ashore and At Sea

In 2010 I will be teaching two short courses on science writing, one on land and one at sea.

1. At Yale, I will be teaching my fourth annual workshop for science graduate students next month. It consists of two 2-hour sessions. All the gory details, including how to register, are here.

2. This summer I will be back on Appledore Island to teach a week-long science writing class at the Shoals Marine Lab. The picture shows my classroom from summer 2009.

Here’s the course page.

Here’s a post about last year’s class.

Here are some articles the students wrote.

For those beyond college interested in the class, here are some details about taking the course non-credit. Not quite a senior citizen discount, but close…

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