The Pepper: Sacramento Region #SciComm News and Jobs, July 16, 2017

  Welcome to "The Pepper" --- your semi-regular round-up of science communication news, events, and job leads in the Capital Region and beyond. Send tips and leads to us on Twitter at @CapSciComm, or email capscicomm[at]gmail.com. Our next event is this Thursday! On July 20th, we invite anyone working at the intersection of science and policy to meet … Continue reading The Pepper: Sacramento Region #SciComm News and Jobs, July 16, 2017

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CapSciComm Science Tour, May 5th: The California ISO (Register by April 2nd)

How does electricity flow across California? Who manages how power is transmitted to communities and industries across the vast expanses of the Golden State? You'll learn these answers and more at our next Capital Science Communicators Science Tour —  a very special visit to the California Independent System Operator campus in Folsom! CapSciComm Science Tour: California ISO Friday, May … Continue reading CapSciComm Science Tour, May 5th: The California ISO (Register by April 2nd)

CapSciComm Networking Social, April 12th: CapSciComm Turns 4!

On April 12th, 2013, we decided those who gave a voice to science needed to unite our own professional community here in California's Capital Region. It's been four years now — and we're proud to be still be connecting science communicators in Sacramento, Davis, and beyond — and we're thrilled to invite you to our birthday … Continue reading CapSciComm Networking Social, April 12th: CapSciComm Turns 4!

Meet a Capital Science Communicator: Sarah Swenty

[Editor's Note: Sarah relocated to the Minneapolis-St. Paul region in 2016. We'll miss you, Sarah!] Sarah Swenty is a Deputy Assistant Field Supervisor of External Affairs for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS). Swenty can be reached at sarah_swenty@fws.gov and 530-665-3310. Learn more about the Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office at http://www.fws.gov/sacramento. I'm a Capital Science Communicator … Continue reading Meet a Capital Science Communicator: Sarah Swenty