Chalk Talks are an increasingly important component of science communication. Once reserved for academic interviews, they are now common in industry and for tenure-track positions, such as the NIH Earl Stadtman Investigators program.
This seminar will focus on components that make an effective chalk talk and provide hints on what to practice.
1) Connection to job talks
2) Relevance to faculty
3) What to draw on the white/blackboard
4) Levels of detail
5) Question anticipation
6) Tone and delivery
We look forward to seeing you at this workshop!