She manages the content and development of healthjournalism. She was the co-anchor and co-producer for the project. She works in the print, online and mobile spaces. You can find her first health column in the October issue.
Outreach "If we are putting our time and resources into communicating science but we're not on social media, we're like a tree falling in an empty forest—yes, we're making noise, but no one is listening.
Her passionate appeal to draw scientists online has garnered her multiple speaking engagements at national conferences, and she has led workshops and courses for other scientists on how to engage through new media for major scientific organizations including the National Institutes of Health and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Drawing on the cumulative experience of twenty-seven of the greatest minds in scientific communication, this invaluable handbook targets the specific questions and concerns of the scientific community, offering help in a wide range of digital areas, including blogging, creating podcasts, tweeting, and more.
With step-by-step guidance and one-stop expertise, this is the book every scientist, science writer, and practitioner needs to approach the Wild West of the Web with knowledge and confidence. March 22, Reviews of Science Blogging: This new collection offers a well written, rigorous, and timely atlas to its diverse approaches and best practices.
Aspiring and veteran bloggers alike, take note: This is the guidebook science blogging deserves, and that every science blogger needs to read. From its all-star editors to its remarkable contributors, Science Blogging: The Essential Guide offers a range of information suited to everyone from those curious about starting a blog to practitioners looking for ways to improve.
Using Social Media as a Freelancer. Getting Started In Social Media. The Importance of Being Online.
Gemini Observatory, Hilo, HI. Presentation Slides Oral Presentation: Casting A Wider Net: Social Networking for Scientists. Engaging with Social Media. Tweeting from the Ivory Tower: February 2, ; Raleigh, NC. October 27, ; Raleigh, NC. Audio Recording Oral Presentation: Research in the Age of Facebook.
March 28, ; Honolulu, HI. Video of Event Oral Presentation: Science and the Media: Why Every Lab Should Tweet.Maryn McKenna. Jan 23, This event has already occurred, check out our calendar for upcoming events.
Maryn McKenna. Listen to a pre-event conversation between Joshua Roman and Seattle music critic Melinda Bargreen and hear a preview of Joshua Roman’s newest piece, Tornado. Maryn McKenna to Present Annual Shaw Lecture at Young Harris College YOUNG HARRIS, Ga.
– Young Harris College is proud to welcome acclaimed journalist Maryn McKenna to give the Shaw Lecture on Thursday, April 5, at 7 p.m.
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in the Hatcher Dining Room of the Rollins Campus Center. These days, chicken is a staple of the American diet, but it wasn’t always that way. Before the s, chicken was rarely on the meal table; instead, chicken meat was a byproduct of egg farming. Today, Phenomena gains a phenomenal new member: Maryn McKenna.
If you’ve read her books such as Superbug or kept up with her blog of the same name, you know that nobody does a better job of.
Maryn McKenna is a freelancer focused on public and global health and food policy, Her stories have been anthologized in The Best American Science and Nature Writing, The Best Science Writing Online, and The Dirt: Dispatches from the .
Maryn McKenna is an independent journalist and author who specializes in public health, global health and food policy. Her work has been anthologized in The Best Science Writing Online (), The Best American Science and Nature Writing (), and The Dirt: Dispatches from the Front Lines of Food and Farming ().