What is the future of science journalism?
Concordia's Department of Journalism, in partnership with the World Federation of Science Journalists and the Canadian Science Writers’ Association, offered an intensive and experiential summer school that challenged participants to rethink how science is communicated within society.
With an emphasis on robust, evidence-based science journalism, Projected Futures: Experimental Science Journalism Studies sparked interdisciplinary experimentation to contemplate and create new forms of scientific storytelling.
While the course is now over, you can still peruse blogs, photos and other materials:
Have questions about summer and field schools in the Faculty of Arts and Science?
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