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!
From cSw’s SUNDAY@SEVEN Series: It’s easy to feel intimidated and ignorant when interviewing experts in a field you don’t know much about. However, we should remember that we are writers, and our job is to ask questions until we understand the logic– so there is NO such thing as a “dumb question”! Ann Finkbeiner, a freelance science writer who has written for magazines like Mosaic and Discover,...
Did you know that humans now have shorter attention spans than that of goldfish? With the advent of multitasking, grabbing people’s attention is more difficult than ever. So, how DO people manage to interest their audience? Anne Marie Santoro, founder of From the Heart Communications, discusses how to find the “heartbeat” of a story in her interview with cSw staff.
Wednesday, July 13th, was the day my life changed. That’s when high school students from curiousSCIENCEwriters (cSw) introduced us to the important field of science journalism and talked about using social media to communicate about biomedical research. We visited the cSw website where science stories written, edited and designed by students are published.
With technology and science changing so rapidly, it’s a wonder that anyone can keep up with the many emerging technologies or even understand the advances being made. But thanks to pioneering work in science journalism by curiousSciencewriters (cSw), bioscience is becoming more accessible to everyone.
On a beautiful summer Saturday, cSw writers, editors, graphic designers and comms mentors met up for the annual High School Science Communications Forum at Monmouth University. It was a day full of networking, skill-building and inspiration for these curious and creative young science communicators.