CapSciComm Networking Social, April 12th: Happy 5th Birthday, CapSciComm!


Five years ago*, a new network was founded to unite professionals and students who communicate science here in California’s Capital Region. Today, Capital Science Communicators is still going strong — and we’re thrilled to celebrating another birthday this April!

CapSciComm Networking Social
Thursday, April 12th, 2018
5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Oak Park Brewing Company
3514 Broadway, Sacramento, California

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We created CapSciComm to encourage the exchange of ideas and opportunities across all fields that intersect with the need and practice of science communication. And as Sacramento continues to lead California, and as California continues to lead the United States and the world, we science journalists, writers, and communicators have great responsibility to do good work and help inform our government, industry, and citizenry.

CapSciComm exists because of you — whether you’re in journalism, public information, creative, policy, public science, or research — and our network is here to help you. If we can connect science communicators across all professions in the Capital Region with resources and networks for professional advancement, we can help sustain science literacy among citizens and decision makers in Sacramento, Davis, and beyond.

So join us this April 12th in Oak Park, Sacramento. Come talk to our Board of Officers (, and come meet your fellow scicomm practitioners. Together, let’s celebrate our achievements, let’s share new ideas and new energy — and let’s #KeepScienceSpicy for the Capital Region!

Please RSVP to help us plan, and we’ll see you on April 12th at Oak Park Brewing Company!

— The CapSciComm Board

*Link: Read about the motivations behind the founding of Capital Science Communicators, written by science writer Greg Watry of the UC Davis College of Biological Sciences!



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