Researchers are required to tell the story of their science to a range of audiences through a variety of formats. Each of these- from standard research talks, to longer lectures, to brief elevator pitches- requires a unique approach to structure and delivery. Hone your own speaking skills and effectively communicate your message with these resources.
A two-day intensive course designed to provide fellows and junior faculty with the skills necessary to express their science clearly to diverse audiences, to prepare abstracts, manuscripts, and posters, and to speak effectively
Delivery Strategies For Oral Presentations
Structure and Guidelines for Oral Presentations
Q&A about Public Speaking
Holly Weeks, a communications expert, answers frequently asked questions about public speaking, including using notes and hand gestures, talking to the media, and advice for non-native English speakers.