Attention all 3rd and 4th year students!
The Science Communication Graduate Diploma is ten month program that gives students the theory, skills and experience to build a career in science. Laurentian is the only university in North America with this multidisciplinary graduate program.
There’ll be an information session about the program on Tuesday, November 24th, from noon until 1 p.m. in the Library Instruction Room (just inside the front doors of the Library). Students and faculty will be there to talk about the Science Communication program and to answer questions.
Our graduates are working in diverse careers in the Council of Canadian Academies, Royal Tyrrell Dinosaur Museum in Alberta, the SNO Lab, environmental consulting companies, the provincial and federal governments, medical writing firms, and teaching science in the U.K.
If you are passionate about communicating science, or even just a little curious, come to the information session. Find out first hand from our students why they chose this rapidly growing field.
If you can’t be there on Tuesday, November 24th, just send me an e-mail and we can arrange a time to meet with me and some of this year’s students.
All the best for the last weeks of the semester.
Co-Director, Graduate Program in Science Communication.
dpearson AT laurentian.ca