Science Writing Course for Spring 2016: Applications now open!

Sara Grady
February 8, 2016

Skills & Careers in Science Writing is back for 2016.

Northwestern PhD students join our writers and editors, including Medill faculty and guest editors from popular science publications, to hone their scientific writing and communication skills. On this 10-week course graduate student scientists explore science writing careers, read and discuss good science writing, and craft their own articles for public audiences. (Read more here.)

Applications are open to PhD-track graduate students at Northwestern from any STEM+ field, including communication disorders, anthropology, psychology and all scientific and technical fields. This course is free to accepted students and runs Wednesday evenings during spring quarter.

The application includes a short essay on your own research. Applications are due February 22, accepted applicants will be notified on March.  Apply today!

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