Past events

15
Aug
2019

Eric Jensen — Why impact evaluation matters: Measuring non-academic impact around the world »

4pm 15 August 2019

Impact evaluation in science communication is increasingly recognised as important. But there is still a substantial skills gap in the implementation of effective evaluation in science communication.

08
Aug
2019

Leo Huang — Constructing Environmental Protection and Risks:A Critical Discourse Analysis of Organic Food in China »

4pm 8 August 2019

The concept and meaning of “organic” food have been changing since its origins.

11
Jul
2019

Webinar: Master of Science Communication Outreach »

6pm 11 July 2019

Join us for the online information session to hear more about the program and ask any questions.

28
Jun
2019

ANU Singapore Health Hack »

4pm 28 June 2019

This June we’ll be travelling to Singapore, and partnering with institutions in Singapore to pull off a hack with a grand prize of $10,000.

16
May
2019

Educating the Public About a Paradigm Shift in Human Health »

4pm 16 May 2019

This talk will examine what the public knows about the microbiome obtained from a kiosk survey at the American Museum of Natural History of over 200,000 visitors.

11
Apr
2019

SCOMaganza April 2019 »

9.30am 11 April 2019

Save the date for our biannual CPAS community gathering day.

28
Mar
2019

Book launch for "Supporting Self-Directed Learning in Science and Technology Beyond the School Years". »

6pm 28 March 2019

Join us for the launch from 6pm, 28 March at Harry Hartog at Kambri at the Australian National University.

21
Mar
2019

Who’s Afraid of Controversies? A Quick Introduction to Controversy Mapping »

5pm 21 March 2019

Controversy mapping is a method (or rather a set of methods) to explore; represent and contribute to public debates especially, but not exclusively, around science and technology.

06
Mar
2019
25
Feb
2019

Openness and Reproducibility in Science »

25 February 2019

What does it mean to be open – for scientists, for researchers, and for universities? We would like to invite you to a day workshop on the topic of openness and reproducibility in science, featuring speakers from the ANU and elsewhere in Australia, with plenty of time devoted to discussion.

20
Feb
2019

Science communication and advocacy: Challenging power structures at the interface »

4pm 20 February 2019

Dr Michelle Riedlinger, Science communication and advocacy: Challenging power structures at the interface

17
Jan
2019

Science & Technology Diplomacy and Responsible Research & Innovation for Livability and Resilience »

1pm 17 January 2019

A discussion on how Australian and Japanese joint research help make cities liveable and societies resilient.

05
Jan
2019

Australia-Japan: Science diplomacy and public policy »

9am 5 January 2019

Hear advisors to government on the role of science in diplomacy and policy. Learn stories of active research collaborations.

15
Nov
2018

Maja Horst: Science communication events as boundary spaces »

4pm 15 November 2018

Starting from my own experiences with an interactive installation about the social responsibility of science I will be discussing science communication events as boundary spaces, where different knowledges, organisations and identities are negotiated and translated.

05
Nov
2018

Australia-Japan: Science diplomacy and public policy »

9am 5 November 2018

Hear advisors to government on the role of science in diplomacy and policy.

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