A list of the non-expert science communication efforts I have participated in.
Senior Contributor, 2015 - Present. Site profile Write original content for the blog each month. Collaborated to define the focus and generate governance documents.
Founding Editor-in-Chief, 2015 - 2016. Recruited and organized a collaborative leadership team and faculty mentor to found the student-run blog (www.MiSciWriters.com) to practice science communication, explore writing careers, and raise awareness of science communication by researchers.
Delegated tasks including: web design, social media, outreach, student recruitment, resource compilation and group meetings.
Solicited pieces for, and managed, a collaborative editing workflow.
Copy-edited, scheduled, and prepared pieces for publication.
Facilitated and supported collaborations with other groups including Rackham Graduate school, the 2016 Michigan Meeting, and RELATE.
Spinach and siderophores, part 2: Getting the upper hand November 1, 2016; (Featured on GotScience. June 22, 2017)
Spinach and siderophores: The bacterial battle for iron October 25, 2016; (Featured on GotScience. June 15, 2017)
Virus vs Bacteria: The grand scheme September 6, 2016
Being cephalopod: Changing color in a color-blind world July 19, 2016
Communicating science: From Michigan, across the world (wide web) June 21, 2016
Virus vs. Bacteria: Enemy of my enemy May 31, 2016
Virus vs. Bacteria: Mortal combat April 19, 2016
Peanuts and probiotics January 5, 2016
Under the hood: Why scientists are a great fit for science communication September 9, 2015
Associate Editor, Department of Microbiology & Immunology Newsletter, 2018 - Present. Create, organize, and copy-edit original content for department newsletters.
Media Coordinator, Organization for Microbiology and Immunology Students, 2015 -2018. Create original content for department newsletters, take and collate event photographs. Two articles published in other venues-Microbe Magazine and the Michigan Health Lab blog.