My priorities as a science communicator are to center inclusive, accurate, and engaging stories. Much of my sci-comm work happens in-person through everyday interactions with people in the field and online. My main niche involves stories about ecology, natural history, and the science of sci-comm. You can follow me on Twitter @eco_carolyn.
I am a writer and editor for SciCommBites.org, a blog about science communication research and practice, nested within the Science Bites Galaxy. In Spring 2022, we published my article “How Can Science Communicators Engage More Diverse Audiences?” about the Inclusive SciComm Model developed by Katherine Canfield and her co-authors in 2020. I presented on Inclusive SciComm at the SciTalk ’22 Conference on March 23rd. You can read all my SciCommBites articles here.
Below are a couple other examples of my sci-comm projects:
Interpretive Signage I developed for a Rhode Island Wildlife Refuge
I developed the Environmental Crisis Communications guide below, “Handling Habitat Loss.” This guide is free to download, and I always appreciate proper crediting.