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Improv Training for Researchers
June 30, 2017 @ 8:30 am - 10:30 am
Registration required by June 19th. Space is limited. No fee.
Effectively communicate about your work to any audience! The basic skills of improv are close listening, self-awareness, authenticity, and spontaneity. This training includes partner/group activities and a safe space to practice. Improvisational theater is the teaching method and the pedagogical structure.
During this workshop, you will learn how to
- Effectively communicate about your work to different audiences
- Adjust your behavior in real time to respond to audience feedback
- Manipulate your vocal and physical presence to communicate more effective
It’s a transferable skill! Employers need employees who can
- Speak effectively and responsively with multiple audiences―from peers and professors to potential employers, policymakers and the lay public
- Communicate about science clearly and vividly
Please feel free to contact Sharon Schumacher with any questions, (608) 262-1415.