Trainee Arielis Estevez explains her research to a prospective student.
Photo credit: Robin Davies

Trainee Gilbert Loiseau talks about his research with a prospective student.
Photo credit: Robin Davies

Trainer Katrina Forest learns about a current student's research.
Photo credit: Robin Davies

Trainee Rachel Miller talks about her research with a prospective student.
Photo credit: Robin Davies

Science Communication

The primary purpose of the University of Wisconsin–Madison is to provide a learning environment in which faculty, staff and students can discover, examine critically, preserve and transmit the knowledge, wisdom and values that will help ensure the survival of this and future generations and improve the quality of life for all.

The Chemistry–Biology Interface Training Program is dedicated to discovery of knowledge and transmitting that knowledge to the public to improve the quality of life for all. We strongly encourage all of our participants, both faculty and students, to engage in science communication and outreach at UW and beyond.

Here we list opportunities for outreach and for training in science communication. This list will be updated frequently, and will include ongoing opportunities as well as one-time events.

Cameron Currie talks with former Energy Secretary, Steven Chu

SCIENCE COMMUNICATION

Ongoing opportunities
STEM Fellows program

Wisconsin Initiative for Science Literacy (WISL) program in communicating doctoral science to the public

 

One-time events
(coming soon)

 

 

 

 

Stephanie Chong-Macias has some science fun with an elementary school student at a family science night.

OUTREACH

Ongoing opportunities
Adult Role Models in Science (ARMS)

STEM Fellows program

Schedule of annual campus outreach events

One-time events
(coming soon)