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The Science Communication Project @ISU was founded in 2010 with the goal of enhancing collaborative research on, education for, and the practice of public science communication, broadly conceived. Our biennial symposia- which include public presentations of multidisciplinary research and interactive workshops- bring together a network of scholars who share interests in public engagement of science, environmental communication, natural resource management, and agriscience. Conference proceedings showcase research, evaluations, and critiques of science communication-related practices and phenomena.

Browse the contents of Iowa State University Summer Symposium on Science Communication:

2018: Understanding the Role of Trust and Credibility in Science Communication
6th Iowa State Summer Symposium on Science Communication
2016: Confronting the challenges of public participation in environmental, planning and health decision-making
5th Iowa State Summer Symposium on Science Communication
2014: Normative Aspects of Science Communication
4th Iowa State Summer Symposium on Science Communication
2013: Ethical Issues in Science Communication: A Theory-Based Approach
3rd Iowa State Summer Symposium on Science Communication
2012: Between Scientists & Citizens
2nd Iowa State University Summer Symposium on Science Communication