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June Newsletter

This summer, we're continuing book club and want your feedback to help us plan for the upcoming year! Read on to find out more, and please share widely with your networks.

Science Book Club

We're reading In Search of Schrödinger's Cat by John Gribbin for our virtual summer book club. We encourage you to shop locally and pick up your book at The Avid Reader in downtown Davis. The first meeting is Tuesday July 6th at 6:00pm.

May Newsletter

Science Says is wrapping up the spring quarter with events featuring scientists from the California Academy of Sciences and the Animation Lab at University of Utah. Read on to find out more, and please share widely with your networks.

Science Book Club

We're reading The Emperor of All Maladies by Siddhartha Mukherjee for this winter-spring book club. The LAST meeting is Wednesday May 19th at 6:00pm.

To learn more and get on the email list, check out the link below.

April Newsletter

See below for a Science Says-only offer for a visual science communication course from Picture As Portal (Valid through the end of the month) and an upcoming event on science & art! Read on to find out more, and please share widely with your networks.

A Statement of Support from Science Says

In light of the recent attacks on the Asian-American community and increase in anti-Asian xenophobia throughout the pandemic, Science Says leadership feels it is necessary to reassert our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in STEM and science communication. 

March Newsletter

See below for a Science Says-only offer for a visual science communication course from Picture As Portal and for many upcoming events! Read on to find out more, and please share widely with your ne

And the Winner Is...

In January, we hosted our very first science art contest! We had three categories contestants could choose from based on their location: Davis/Sacramento, California, or out-of-state (honorable mention only). We received incredible submissions to all categories, and are excited to announce the winners!

 

Davis/Sacramento:

Jayce Taylor won our local Davis/Sacramento category with her embroidery piece of a forgotten petri dish (we’ve all been there!).

 

February Newsletter

February Newsletter

Please VOTE for your favorite #sciart and sign up for our scicomm career panel! Read on to find out more, and please share widely with your networks.

January Newsletter

January Newsletter

This new year brings many new events and opportunities! Read on to find out more, and please share widely with your networks.

January Science Art Contest

Do you love creating art and communicating science? Submit your piece to our science contest running through January! Submissions are due by January 29, 2021.

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December Newsletter

The quarter is coming to a close, but there are still plenty of upcoming science communication opportunities. Read on to find out more, and please share widely with your networks.

November Newsletter

Hard to believe that we're halfway through the quarter. Check out what we have planned for the next month, and share widely!

October Newsletter

Happy Fall Quarter! We're excited to kick off another year of science communication training, networking, and outreach.

September Newsletter

Summer is coming to a close, and we're gearing up for the fall quarter. We look forward to another great year of scicomm events!

August Newsletter

It's summer, and many of us have returned to the lab and field. Good science communication is more important now than ever, so check out our August newsletter for events, resources, and opportunities.

July Newsletter

Summer's here, and as we slowly return to lab and field work, we hope that you take time to continue developing your science communications skills. SciComm is more important than ever!

June Newsletter

We are here with you and for you. View our statement of support and other upcoming events and resources.