CICASP conducts a weekly CICASP Seminar in Science Communication which aims to develop students’ skills in scientific communication and critical thinking. The goal is to enhance your ability to communicate your own results, discuss scientific topics in English and critically assess scientific literature. As well as learning essential skills for scientists, you will have the opportunity to practise what you learn and receive feedback in a supportive, English-speaking environment. The seminars are designed to be interactive; with the focus on active learning.
CICASP Seminars usually run in blocks of 3-4 sessions. Each block is led by one particular member of the CICASP Team and is focused on one specific skill or set of skills. The CICASP Team members are: Ikuma Adachi, Yuko Hattori, Andrew MacIntosh, and Claire Watson.
The CICASP Seminars are designed for all students at PRI, both Japanese and international, and at all stages of their graduate programs, and we strongly encourage all students to attend. All PWS students are required to attend as part of their curriculum (while in Inuyama).
|CICASP Seminar 64||October 4, 2017|
CICASP Seminar 68
Grant Masterclass: Prof. Colin Chapman
|November 15, 2017|
|CICASP Seminar 69||November 22, 2017|
|CICASP Seminar 70||Student Practise Talks: Interdisciplinary Seminar||November 29, 2017|
|CICASP Seminar 71||Student Practise Talks: Interdisciplinary Seminar||December 06, 2017|
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|April 2015 - August 2015||CICASP Seminar 01-11||More|
Asking and Answering Questions after a Presentation
Practice Presentations with Feedback
|October 2015 - August 2016||CICASP Seminar 12-39||More|
Paper Publishing and Peer Review
Mini-debates: Hot Topics
Presentation Practice for PWS
Media Coverage: Communication
TED Talks: Presenting is Performing
Critical Reading and Thinking: Science and Society
Media Coverage: Kyoto University Process Explained
|October 2016 - August 2017||CICASP Seminar 40-63||More|
Introduction to Schedule & Brainstorm
Critical Thinking: Questions to Presenter
Science Talk: Media Interviews
Outreach & Education: Know your audience!
PWS Practice Presentations
Mini-Debates: Historical Context
Bibliobattle: Persuasion 'by the book'
Grant Writing Masterclass
Workshop Development Session
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