Speaking Science Improv Series
Sept. 11, Oct. 2, Oct. 16, Nov. 13, & Nov. 27**
11:30 AM-1 PM
Would you like to be better at communicating your science? Join us for improvisational games as we build our skills in becoming better science communicators and co-create a community of practice. Learn how to express your passion through techniques that engage body language, adaptability, and engagement with audiences. Speaking Science Improv is a great way to improve your presentation skills.
Our sessions will be led by an amazing duo of theater professionals:
Luverne Seifert, Dept. of Theater, Arts and Dance
Dario Tangelson, Professional Actor, Theater Department and Guthrie Theater
Come to one session, or come to them all!* This is a year-long program and we’ll be adding more dates in the future.
* Each session must be registered for separately.
** November 27th session will be in Wilson Library on the West Bank
No! All U of M graduate students, faculty and researchers are welcome regardless of discipline.
These sessions are offered free of charge. Just register and show up.
When you teach or present at a conference, you may have noticed that things don’t always go as planned. Improv gives you the ability to read an audience and communicate complex concepts in a way that resonates and sticks with your audience. And when things don’t go as planned, with improv skills you’ll quickly be able to adapt and get things back on track.