May 23, 2012 / 1 pm EST
Tired of seeing misinterpreted statistics and exaggerated results in science news articles? Tune into this web chat to hear how you can better share your science with the popular media.
As scientific communications associate for ASAS, Madeline McCurry-Schmidt reports on animal science and helps scientists connect with the news media. In this web chat, Madeline will break down the newspaper and magazine writing process and give simple tips for making sure your work is reported accurately. Hear her advice for talking to reporters, and ask Madeline your own questions about dealing with the media.
Attendance is free for ASAS members and non-members. To attend, just click the a link shown on this site 10 minutes prior to the 1 pm EST start time.