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Tuesday 29 November, 1-4pm, Ramphal
Short Talk, Lasting Impression
Being able to describe what you do and why is an essential skill for any researcher and this workshop will help you take your communication to the next level. Science Communicator and previous international 3MT winner Dr Jamie Gallagher will show you how to turn your research into the most interesting, engaging and memorable presentation possible. Discover the hints and tips that will make your talk stand out from the crowd and how to banish nerves to give a confident performance
Following this workshop, you should be able to:
- Understand how to turn research into a compelling narrative
- Prepare a high quality, engaging pitch/presentation
- Feel comfortable and confident while delivering talks
- Understand the use of language, body language and visualisation in presenting
About the session lead
Dr Jamie GallagherLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window is an award-winning freelance communicator and engagement professional with ten years’ experience in the delivery and evaluation of quality engagement projects. Working across dozens of institutions and subject areas he has improved the reach, profile and impact of research engagement in almost every academic discipline.
During the pandemic he has moved his extensive training portfolio online, and delivered multiple sessions for Warwick on how to run your engagement work online.
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