Science on Wheels recruits speakers from a diverse array of backgrounds, identities, and scientific disciplines. All of our speakers are graduate students or postdoctoral researchers interested in connecting their research to nonscientists. One of our goals at Science on Wheels is to provide the resources necessary for our speakers to achieve their outreach goals. To this end, we train all of our speakers to communicate effectively with nonscientists through modules and practice sessions. The training element is missing from most graduate programs, and as such, becoming a speaker for Science on Wheels contributes to the development of transferable skills that are important for your future career. Familiarize yourself with the awesome work our speakers do below.
If you are a graduate student or postdoctoral researcher at MU and would like to get involved with Science on Wheels as a speaker, please reach out to us!
PhD Candidate, Biochemistry My name is Amanda Paz Herrera, and I'm from San Pedro Sula, ...Read More
I am Meftah, a PhD student at Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering. My core research is related ...Read More
Ph.D. Candidate, School of Journalism My research aims to develop and evaluate effective mediated messages, ...Read More
PhD Candidate, Department of Biochemistry HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is the virus that causes AIDS ...Read More
Graduate Student, Division of Biological Sciences Ryan is a first year PhD student currently working ...Read More
Graduate Student, Veterinary Pathobiology I am a third year Comparative Medicine Resident and master's student ...Read More
Master's Student, Department of Geography My name is Samuel Frimpong Jr. and I am part ...Read More
Funding Officer, Science on Wheels Graduate Student, School of Natural Resources I am a PhD ...Read More
I am a Doctor in Veterinary Medicine specialized in Orthopaedic Surgery. I am also a ...Read More
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