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Kavli Workshop in Communicating Science - July 13 - 15, 2011

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Judy Muller

Is an award-winning television and radio correspondent and an associate professor at the USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism. A regular contributor to NPR's "Morning Edition," she wrote a book about her experiences as a journalist, Now This -- Radio, Television and the Real World. As a correspondent for ABC News, Muller covered the 1992 Rodney King trial and riots, the 1994 Northridge earthquake, and the O.J. Simpson case, for which she won an Emmy Award. She has been a contributing correspondent for California Connected, a topical magazine broadcast on public television stations in California, and for KCET SoCal Connected, a weekly magazine show. Last year she won a Peabody Award for .Up in Smoke,. a KCET SoCal Connected story about the proliferation of medical marijuana dispensaries in Los Angeles.

Communicating Science: A Kavli Workshop is supported by The Kavli Foundation, the Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation, ACS Nano, and the California NanoSystems Institute.
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Alan Alda

Keynote Speech: Helping the Public Get Beyond a Blind Date with Science

Howard Schneider

What we Hope to Accomplish

Gene Hammond

Scientist Writing Assignment

KC Cole and Greg Critser

Lost in Translation: The Unreasonable Requirements of Communicating Science

Howard Schneider

Distilling Your Message