Welcome NYC SciComm’s Next President: Jaclyn Kubala

Welcome NYC SciComm’s Next President: Jaclyn Kubala

By Yue Liu, PhD Dear all, I am excited to announce the new President of NYC Science Communication (NYC SciComm), Jaclyn Kubala, a PhD candidate at Weill Cornell Medicine/Cornell University! Our Advisory Board has helped us select Jaclyn, and we are very impressed by her passion for leading our group and serving our members in the next 1~2 years.   It has been a great pleasure working with all volunteer leaders of […]

A Guide for NYC Science Communication Bloggers and Editors

A Guide for NYC Science Communication Bloggers and Editors

  By Tristan Fehr and Yue Liu  This post is a guide for anyone who is interested in blogging for NYC Science Communication. It also serves as guidelines for self-editing and editorial board. For more information on blog submission, please refer to an earlier post here: We Want You to Blog for NYC Science Communication!   Article Scope Guidelines We accept submissions within several main categories: Career exploration within the […]

We Want YOU to Blog for NYC Science Communication!

We Want YOU to Blog for NYC Science Communication!

By Tristan Fehr and Yue Liu              Do you have a science story to tell? Are you looking to jumpstart your science communication journey? To establish your professional identity? Or just to build your online presence? The NYC Science Communication (NYC SciComm) Blog wants you!                                   Photo credit: McmScience Why write on NYC SciComm? […]

Volunteer With Us!

Volunteer With Us!

By Yue Liu and Anand S. Devasthanam   Photo credit:  Anand S. Devasthanam   Open Position: Program Planning Chair NYC SciComm does more for you than helping you improve your science communication skills. As a volunteer, you will have the unique opportunity to add value and be of service to a growing community of scientific communicators. This opportunity will help you strengthen your leadership skills, expand your professional network, and outshine […]

Thriving and Volunteering at the American Medical Writers Association

Thriving and Volunteering at the American Medical Writers Association

By Yue Liu                      For any aspiring medical writer, the American Medical Writers Association (AMWA) can provide valuable professional resources and volunteering opportunities. In this article, Qing Zhou, PhD, ELS, shares how educational and volunteering experiences at AMWA both catalyzed her professional growth and facilitated her transition from a graduate student and bench scientist to a ten-year medical writing veteran. Interviewee: […]