Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Tips from the Veterans #4

What another of our seasoned veterans wants new presenters to know:

"The most important thing is practice.  If you understand your project and the process you have taken to get there, you are half way there.  The other half is understanding how to effectively communicate your project to people who are not in your field or are just entering your field.  It was challenging to explain some of the complex scientific techniques used in my project, but my professors and my parents listened to me practice several times and gave me feedback. And of course, have fun! If you have worked hard on your project, sharing it should be an enjoyable experience."  --Lindsey Knapp (Biology), 2012 URCA Presenter

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