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StepUp2016

Women in Great Sciences (WINGS) welcome you to StepUp 2016:
How to talk like a TED-speaker
Workshop
9th March 2016
Hörsalen, Medicon Village, Scheelevägen 2, Lund

TED is a world famous conference that posts its best presentations free on the Internet (www.ted.com) - TED (Technology, Education, Design) is a platform for ideas worth spreading.

13.00 Part 1

Why is it good for your career, scientific or not, to communicate well? You will see examples of people who communicate really well, and what benefits they get from it. You will also get an understanding of how we all have different ways of listening.

 

Coffee

 

14.30 Part 2

Introduction to the specific structure that TED-speakers use. Exercises and group-presentations will ensure that you can use in the TED-structure yourself outside of the workshop.

 

16.00 Mingle with wine and refreshments

 

 

Registration: latest March 2nd, 2016 at http://goo.gl/forms/KKJbxrnmdY

Registration is binding.

 

 

Workshop leader: Caroline Bolmeson, PhD.

Caroline has a PhD from Lund University in molecular medicine. She has since 2013 worked with science communication in various places across Lund University: European Spallation Source (ESS), the cancer center CREATE Health and Linneaus center Centre for Animal Movement Research (CAnMove). 

 

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