Sharing Science with Any Audience: an interactive workshop on the essentials of good SciComm Sunday, 16 February 12:30 – 5:00 P.M. Marriott Marquis, Catalina, L4 San Diego, CA Come find out how to make your science communication relevant, engaging, and memorable to everyone from your neighbors to journalists, policy makers, business owners, and K-12 audiences. Scientists from all disciplines and of all communications-experience levels are welcome. This workshop is free and lunch will be provided. Space is limited, and advance application is required. Name* First Last Title*If student, write "Student"Institution/Affiliation*If student, write U of I Student” or similar.DepartmentIf you are affiliated with a specific department, please list itEmail* PhoneTwitter HandleHow would you summarize your research/work/studies in 100 words or less using plain language for a general audience?*How many times in the last year have you spoken about your work – with a policy maker, journalist, community group or other general audience ?*None1-33-10More than 10If you have communicated with one of the above groups, tell us a little about those experiences.What would you most like to learn about communicating science to broad audiences?*Do you feel scientists face barriers that make it difficult for them to communicate with broad audiences? If so, what are those barriers, and how can scientists overcome them?When talking with non-scientists, what is the one question you hope no one asks you? (What is the one question you're most afraid of getting?)*What is your area of study?What is your area of study?Which of these titles best describes you?*Undergraduate StudentGraduate Student/PhD studentPost-doc/Early-career scientistEstablished scientistFacultyScientist in an administrative positionNon-scientist in an administrative positionRetired scientistOther (please specify)OtherWhat title best describes you?What is your employment sector?*CorporateGovernment-Federal/NationalGovernment-Local/RegionalMilitaryNon-Profit/NGOOther Academic (K-12)RetiredSelf-EmployedUniversity/College/Higher EducationOther (please specify)OtherCommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.