Appearances

July 28, 2020 Spoken Communications: Where Scientists Go Astray Interview by Anne Janzer, Writing to be Understood

Amy Aines sheds light on why communication breakdowns occur and cautions scientists to steer clear of mismatched paradigms, diving into the details and leading with doubt in the face of uncertainty.

https://annejanzer.com/portfolio/interview-with-amy-aines/

August 6, 2019 – Lawrence Livermore Women’s Association Fundraising Luncheon

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June 26, 2019 – Eleven Principles for Communicating Science to Get Results
Alan-Kavli Learning Center

May 21, 2019 University of California Los Angeles, Communicating Science in Today’s World

Amy and Roger will conduct a one-day workshop for STEM students to teach essential principles and techniques for effective science communication.

May 16, 2019 Cyclotron Road Event

Amy and Roger will be joined by venture capitalist Nancy Floyd of Nth Power talking with a cohort of science entrepreneurs about communication success factors.

Eleven Principles for Communicating Science to Get Results
Roger and Amy Aines
Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science Webinar

Amy and Roger will be discussing how you can make your science and ideas more understandable and compelling. Learn how to approach your communication with important decision makers so that your conversations and presentations help advance your work.

Date: 6/26

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March 28, 2019 Relationship-Building and Influence: Tips for Getting Sponsors to Support Your Science
Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science Webinar

Amy and Roger will be discussing how to build trust and rapport to foster productive relationships with sponsors, earning a reputation as a “go to” resource.

February 21, 2019 The Bio Report Podcast – Teaching Scientists to Be Effective Communicators

Amy and Roger discuss common communication mistakes that scientists make and offer advice on ways to communicate with impact.

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