The ‘Good’ of Good Science Communication: An Ethical Interlude
Date: Wednesday May 3rd, 2023
Time: 4-5pm ET
Cost: $15 Members & $30 Non-Members
Is “good” science communication really that “good”? Please join us on Wednesday, May 3rd at 4pm EST for a SWCC Professional Development event centered on discussing the intricacies of morals in conveying scientific information to the public. Ethics Committee member Dr. Fabien Medvecky will first review some of the lasting moral assumptions about the “goodness” of communicating science. The session will then transition into a discussion regarding the overall efficaciousness of science communication and how to revamp our thinking in considering the ways in which issues of morals impact science coverage.
Dr Fabien Medvecky
Dr. Fabien Medvecky is a social epistemologist at the University of Otago, New Zealand. Dr. Medvecky’s work focuses on the connections between knowledge and society in the context of science communication. Author of An Ethics of Science Communication, Dr. Medvecky is a scholar of morals in science communication and formerly served from 2015 to 2018 as President of the Science Communicators’ Association of New Zealand.
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