If you missed our August event, we have another fantastic jointly hosted networking mixer scheduled this month! CapSciComm Networking Social withAmerican Planning Association YPG, Urban Land Institute YLG, and ASLA EPGWednesday, September 25, 20195:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.Bottle & Barlow1120 R St, Sacramento, California 95811 RSVP via Google: https://forms.gle/7Wd3AsxJYfPS9jEF7 Share on FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/2364064267018220/ Register onContinue reading “CapSciComm Joint Mixer, September 25: Planning Our Urban Environment”
What are two things journalists, educators, and science communicators have in common? Answer: (1) Facts and (2) they’re all invited to a mixer at Kupros in August! Back to School!A Journalists in Classrooms – NFA – CapSciComm MixerThursday, August 15, 20195:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.Kupros1217 21st Street, Sacramento, California Share and RSVP on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/2427856940837451Continue reading “CapSciComm Joint Mixer, August 15: Back to School!”
This month, scientists are getting together in coffee shops, bars, and living rooms around the world to support Puerto Rico’s long-term recovery. The grassroots organization 500 Women Scientists and the nonprofit Ciencia Puerto Rico (CienciaPR) are partnering through the “Science Salons for Puerto Rico” Campaign to raise funds to transform science education in the archipelago.Continue reading “CapSciComm + Sac Science Distilled Announce March 21st Benefit for Puerto Rico Science Education”
Welcome to 2018, Science Peppers! To kick off the new year, we are rallying folks to attend the second-ever “Sac Science Idol” live show in Midtown Sacramento! CapSciComm Networking Social: Sac Science Idol II! Wednesday, January 17th, 2017 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. (Idol show: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.) Streets Pub and Grub 1804Continue reading “CapSciComm Networking Social, January 17th: Sac Science Idol II!”
This July, we invite anyone working at the intersection of science and policy to meet up for our mixer, co-hosted by the CCST Science Fellows Alumni Network!
Where do you get scientific information that you trust? Who defines scientific consensus? How do you pick out consensus from misinformation? Where does the line blur between information versus advocacy — for scientists and journalists alike? Deep questions like this are best asked over beer — and so we did — last night at Ramen House RaiJin with an intellectualContinue reading “Noodles of Thought: CapSciComm, CCST Science Fellows host #SEJ2016 ‘beat dinner’”