Science CommunicationSCIC 100 Science Communication for Scientists

Teaches students to communicate effectively about science with the public. Students formulate research questions, identify and interview appropriate expert sources, integrate material into engaging works of creative nonfiction using techniques such as structure, description and voice, and work with peers and the instructor to analyze and improve their work. Focuses on writing as the primary vehicle for creative nonfiction expression about science across mediums. Taught in conjunction with SCIC 200. Students cannot receive credit for this course and SCIC 200. Enrollment is restricted to sophomores, juniors, and seniors and subject to interview with the instructor to confirm level of scientific training and writing experience. Contact the instructor to arrange the interview.



General Education Code


Quarter offered