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Thanks for attending the ArtLab Opener!

Thank you to all that came out to the ArtLab Opening Reception. We had a great turnout and look forward to an exciting year with ArtLab:

If you missed it here is a few highlights:

Undergraduate, Wond’ry Fellowships   Closes 11/7/2018

Graduate student, Faculty and Staff Fellowships Closes 11/7/2018

Submit your artwork to ArtLab 2019 Exhibition – “FOCAL POINTS: lights, lasers, and lenses” 

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The ArtLab lightboard was a major hit. (Photo by Justin Chediak, Undergraduate Intern with ArtLab through Communication of Science and Technology )

 

 

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Thank you to those who submitted their work for the ArtLab Opener including Adrian Cadar, Ph.D., Jorge Salas, Ph.D., Meagan Postema, Amrita Pathak Ph.D., and Alex Trevisan (Photo by Justin Chediak, Undergraduate Intern with ArtLab through Communication of Science and Technology )

 

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The Curb Center provided for and drinks for attendees spurring discussions about upcoming ArtLab event and projects (Photo by Justin Chediak, Undergraduate Intern with ArtLab through Communication of Science and Technology )

 

By Kendra Oliver

I am an experienced scientist passionate about science communication, multi-disciplinary projects, and online learning and engagement approaches. It is critical that we find new strategies to communicate scientific finding and engage the public. Using online learning and visualization methods, I am exploring visual science communication to support online education and science marketing approaches. Although classically trained as a research scientist in pharmacology, I consider myself a science communication designer with skills ranging from project management, pedagogical approaches to online learning, video production, instructional design, and web design. With a foundation as a cross-disciplinary team member, I am interested in developing and utilizing these skills to produce science marketing, communication, and engagement strategies, particularly those at the intersection of art and science.

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