On March 1, 2019, I presented an invited Publications Spotlight talk at the ASLO 2019 Aquatic Sciences Meeting in Puerto Rico. With my co-authors, we followed up on our popular paper, “A shifting tide: Recommendations for incorporating science communication training into graduate training”, in the Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin by looking at how early career scientists are being trained, and if how this training meets the recommendations laid out in our original paper.


In the document below, Tidal Momentum: Science communication training examples and a curriculum development resource, you can find:

  • science communication training examples, including how they meet our graduate training recommendations, and
  • a SOAR facilitation guide for involving stakeholders (students, faculty, employers), in a conversation about improving graduate training