The Flame Challenge™ 2018 - What is Climate?
The Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University has announced the question issued to scientists for The Flame Challenge™ 2018 - What is Climate?
Contest registration for scientists and student judges opens December 18, 2017.
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This international contest challenges scientists at every level - from graduate students to senior researchers - to communicate familiar yet complex concepts in ways that are understandable to an 11-year-old. These submissions then make their way to classrooms of 5th and 6th graders from all over the globe who review them and decide the winners. Entries can be submitted in one of three categories: written, graphic, or video.
The Flame Challenge™ offers a $1,000 cash prize for scientists in each of the three categories. The winning scientists will also receive a trip to New York City (includes airfare and accommodations for two nights), where they will meet Alan Alda and be honored at the World Science Festival.
This year boasts new opportunities for scientists to prepare for the contest and exercise their skills. In addition to public recognition for the six finalists and prizes for the three winners, all participating scientists will have the benefit of a communication training series designed specifically for scientists entering The Flame Challenge™ in 2018. The training videos will help scientists tackle many of the common obstacles to clear and vivid communication. Each comes with follow-up challenges by Alda Center instructors and past Flame Challenge winners to help scientists stretch and grow.
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