cSw is recruiting students in grades 10, 11 or 12 for roles as writers, editors, graphic designers and social media coordinators. Apply Now!
cSw joined visual science communicators, researchers, journalists, and artists for an event focused on visualizing science for analysis, education, and inspiration.
My speech does not represent my intelligence. I have the same aspirations that any other high school senior has; going to college, getting a job and living a successful life. Everybody is different, but at the same time, we are all the same.
cSw student staffers Wendy Wu and Sonal Mahindroo have been awarded AWIS scholarships recognizing outstanding achievement in STEM studies.
Veteran cSw staffer Carey Lau interviews her innovative classmate, Laura Vorbach, a finalist in the International Clean Tech competition. The secret ingredient that contributed to Laura’s successful project was bamboo.
cSw was thrilled to open our first residential training workshop in science communication with this video message from AAAS CEO Rush Holt, taped especially for our student staffers.
Check out cSw's take on "The Purpose, Practice, and Politics of Science," a discussion between Nobel Prize recipient Dr. Harold Varmus and actor Alan Alda at Macaulay Honors College on April 18th, 2017.
“The excitement of communicating science translates in the way we speak, and our work. It’s one of the most wonderful things in the world of science, being able to interact, share your work, new ideas and be proud of it.” - Yihan Wu
Stay tuned to curiousSCIENCEwriters for a conversation between Nobel Prize-winner Dr. Harold Varmus and actor/science communication advocate Alan Alda hosted by Macaulay Honors College at CUNY. members of the cSw team pose with Alan Alda after the lively discussion on April 18.
cSw is recruiting students in grades 10, 11 or 12 as of September for roles as writers, editors, graphic designers and social media coordinators. The Application Period opens on January 15 and closes on March 1. Apply now!