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We Should Reward Scientists for Communicating to the Public - Scientific American Blog Network
Yes yes yes!!! #scicomm
“Time devoted to science communication is a valuable investment that should be recognized...We must commit to supporting and encouraging many more scientists to actively participate in science communication.” ⁦⁩ ⁦
"[For] research to make an impact in solving public policy challenges and informing the public, it must be shared widely. For that reason, universities must reconsider what it values for tenure and promotion of its employees."
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We Should Reward Scientists for Communicating to the Public Universities need to rethink how they evaluate academics for promotion via
I’d ideally like tenure but I’d settle for some cookies
Celebrating my latest timely piece...as I get ready to give a talk about science communication, here in Italy!! #science #sciencecommunication
Check out this thoughtful op-ed piece by for .
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We Should Reward Scientists for Communicating to the Public Universities need to rethink how they evaluate academics for promotion. Great article by on the importance of #science #Communication.
We Should Reward Scientists for Communicating to the Public - Universities need to rethink how they evaluate academics for promotion #scicomm
#sciencetelling Because science that’s shared with the world, is science that will change the world.
"Time devoted to science communication is a valuable investment that should be recognized and rewarded." A great piece from in . #scicomm
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"... it is important for scientists to never have to sacrifice communicating their science to the public because it takes away from their rigorous everyday academia expectations."
"Because [articles, grants, and presentations are] what universities value, individual scientists must decide whether to fit science communication into their already busy and demanding schedules."
We Should Reward #Scientists for Communicating to the #Public. Universities need to rethink how they evaluate academics for promotion #SciComm