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A 2.5-day science communication course was taught at the Horn Point Laboratory for participants in the John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship program. Participants learned effective science communication techniques, including layout and design principles, conceptual diagrams, and presentation skills. Participants in the 2015 Maryland Sea Grant's Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program completed a one-day course in science communication. The course focused on effective science communication techniques, including conceptual diagrams and presentation skills, and included a walking tour of downtown Annapolis, with a special pit stop for ice cream on such a warm June day!
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