#SACNAS2015: Social Media and Effective Science Communication

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[Updated November 4, 2015]


First, a reflection:

Access to science opportunities—to the privilege and power of science—is not equitable nor equal. This was my truth—and that of many people I know—growing up. I didn't have much access to role models, to programs, to information. I didn't know I could be a scientist. Once I became a scientist I made it my mission to leverage my knowledge and privilege to make science accessible to people like me. 

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La importancia de ser un científico “visible”

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“Yo soy la joven que te tuiteó”.

Elena me encontró por Twitter.  “Necesito tu ayuda,” me dijo.  Le di mi email.

Elena es una estudiante de octavo grado en Puerto Rico y su maestra le asignó realizar un proyecto en el que perfilara un científico puertorriqueño.  “Tú,” escribió, “eres mi científica”.

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