Public engagement is increasingly viewed as an important pillar of scientific scholarship. For early career and established scholars, however, navigating the mosaic landscape of public education and science communication, noted for rapid “ecological” succession, can be daunting. Moreover, academics are characterized by diverse skills, motivations, values, positionalities, and temperaments that may differentially incline individuals to particular public translation activities.
- Integrative Approaches to Dispersing Science: A Case Study of March Mammal Madness
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Amorim, CEG, Dasari, M, Durgavich, L, Hinde, K, Kissel, M, Lewton, KL, Loewen, T. 2021. Integrative Approaches to Dispersing Science: A Case Study of March Mammal Madness. American Journal of Human Biology. e23659. DOI: 10.1002/ajhb.23659. which has been published in final form at onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ajhb.23659 as part of a special #Hackademics issue in AJHB on navigating academia. Guest edited by Profs. Cara Ocobrook and Christopher Lynn.