why is oral science communication so important?
CTS works to integrate communication training into the career development plan of all researchers. Having good oral communication skills...
Makes people look, sound and feel good
Uses stories to explain science
Helps people connect with friends, families and colleagues.
Helps science move forward
Prevents misunderstandings and lost funding opportunities
Informs the next generation of scientists
Reduces the universal fear of talking in front of a group
Helps scientists present talks that encourage the audience to listen, remember and enjoy
Gets people poised for their careers in science
Helps researchers get funded
Teaches people to use their body as well as their voice to speak well
Helps faculty explain their work to administrators, media and students
Gives people ways to sustain and further grow their speaking skills
Makes people smile and love science!