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San Diego Press Club Powerhouse Panel

San Diego Press Club Powerhouse Panel

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The Powerhouse Panel series, produced by the San Diego Press Club, brings together professionals from media to talk about the most pressing issues facing our industry.

The San Diego Press Club is one of the largest organizations of its kind in the nation, supporting the social and professional development of news and PR professionals at all stages of their careers. For more information about the San Diego Press Club, to join us for an upcoming social or professional development event, or to become a member, visit sdpressclub.org and follow us on social media, @sdpressclub.
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SDPC: Journalists at the forefront of science reporting talk about their craft

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SDPC: Journalists at the forefront of science reporting talk about their craft
SDPC: Journalists at the forefront of science reporting talk about their craft
This San Diego Press Club Powerhouse Panel called The Art of Science Writing features three journalists at the forefront of science reporting. The guests include: Gary Robbins covers science and higher education at The San Diego Union-Tribune. His topics range from COVID-19 to the evolution of climate change to emerging ways to monitor and explain wildfires, earthquakes, and severe weather. Melissa T. Miller is the science and technology writer at Nerdist. She also hosts "science of" panels at pop culture conventions where she connects the wonders of science to fictional storytelling. Jonathan Wosen is STAT’s West Coast biotech & life sciences reporter, based in his hometown of San Diego. Jonathan holds a doctorate in immunology from Stanford and a master’s in science communication from UC Santa Cruz. This free webinar was held Monday, November 28 and has been edited for length. Links from this recording: • You can follow Gary on Twitter, @grobbins. • Connect with Melissa on Twitter, @melissatruth. • Follow Jonathan on Twitter, @JonathanWosen. • NOAA: https://www.noaa.gov/ • One resource for wildfire cameras: https://www.alertwildfire.org/ • National Weather Service: https://www.weather.gov/ • Check out more from Melissa on Nerdist's science and tech page https://nerdist.com/topic/science-tech/. • Here's a running list of publishers and journalists on TikTok (Nieman Lab): https://www.niemanlab.org/reading/heres-a-running-list-of-publishers-and-journalists-on-tiktok/ • 7 ways journalists can access academic research for free: https://journalistsresource.org/media/academic-research-free-journalists/ • UCSD Extension: https://extendedstudies.ucsd.edu/courses-and-programs/science-communication?gclid=Cj0KCQiA1ZGcBhCoARIsAGQ0kkpD0ZWQOGwdHWdBXkM7IOsbQOKq5166YDsiNrjcjXPrl7L4tiIJCVIaAo-YEALw_wcB • UC Santa Cruz Science Communication Program: https://scicom.ucsc.edu/ • Encyclopedia Britannica | Britannica: https://www.britannica.com/ The San Diego Press Club is one of the largest organizations of its kind in the nation, supporting the social and professional development of news and PR professionals at all stages of their careers. For more information about the San Diego Press Club, to join us for an upcoming social or professional development event, or to become a member, visit  http://sdpressclub.org and follow us on social media, @sdpressclub. #sandiegopressclub #sdpressclub #media #journalism #publicrelations #professional development #science #powerhousepanel
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December 28, 2022