This Friday, we'll be talking about science in the media. Actually, it's more like we'll be experiencing science in the media. I won't go into any more detail here - but you don't want to miss it, as I assure you that the class will NOT be what you're expecting!*
If you are already interested in this topic (or if you find yourself intrigued after Friday!), you may want to take a look at a superb summer course run by Concordia University (it is intended for graduate students, but if this is your passion, it never hurts to apply!). I can personally vouch for it, as I attended this year, and it was among the best courses I've ever taken**. Scientific communication is one of my favourite hobbies (insert shameless plug for my website here), so feel free to start a conversation about it with me any time!
*Note my (rather transparent) analogous attempt at 'clickbait'
**This is NOT an attempt at hyperbole, although exaggerations of this sort will be explored on Friday