TEDXNORTHWESTERN: "SHARING MY SPACE: SCIENCE AND SOCIETY'S MUTUAL GROUND"
Reyhaneh Maktoufi is an alien. Hear how she connects her journey to a greater solution for global communication.
BIG PICTURE SCIENCE: HOW BAD DOES IT HAVE TO GET?
“Climate change at warp speed” is the way one scientist described the coronavirus outbreak.
In a show recorded before a live audience at the Seattle AAAS meeting, and co-presented with the BBC World Service, we discuss out how politics and psychology lead people to tune out inconvenient scientific findings even when the stakes are high – as well as what we can do about it.
This week on #MeetAScientist, get to know Reyhaneh Maktoufi, a science communication researcher getting her PhD at Northwestern University and a producer for the science-inspired storytelling show the Story Collider. In this interview, she chats about her path to science communication. She also shares her latest science-art endeavor, which features insights from women sharing their approaches to weaving empathy and inclusion into their science communication efforts. You can follow her online at @TheCosmicRey.
"When you feel that you are not built to take one single path and follow that one path, don’t interpret this as a weakness or lack of consistency, but realize that this can be your strength. Experiencing different fields and paths gives you a broad perspective, makes you more empathetic, and provides you with a broad set of skills to be creative.”
PhDrinking is the podcast where Sadie interviews fellow PhD graduate students about their research from a variety of fields! Oh, and in case the name didn't give it away, we usually have a drink or two as we chat. ;)
After getting hit by a car, Ph.D. student Reyhaneh Maktoufi must navigate the recovery and paperwork as an immigrant from Iran.
SMITHSONIAN MAGAZINE: HOW TO AVOID MISINFORMATION ABOUT COVID-19
False information about the pandemic is rampant; here’s how experts say you can identify what news to trust and what might be faulty