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Upcoming Events

Our seminars are open and free of charge to all CMU graduate students and postdocs. Knowing how many people to expect really helps us plan, so please register early if you're planning to come!

You can also see all upcoming PCR events on our Google Calendar. Join our mailing list to get reminders about upcoming events.

Science Non-Fiction

Blog: Science Non Fiction

Every Monday, 5:30-6:30 PM
Wean Hall 4709

Science Non-Fiction is PCR's blog, where Pittsburgh graduate students share a their perspective on science in the news and in our lives. We blog about reusing poop, the most important teapot in the history of computing, the sad science of whiskey stones, and more. Occasionally articles get picked up, but mostly we write for our own practice at writing.

Each week we workshop a piece written by a different member. If you're interested in honing your writing, come join us for one of our weekly meetings! (Don't worry, you don't need to have an article of your own to join.)

Reading Group

Science Communication Reading Group

Every other Wednesday, 5:30-6:30 PM (starting June 8th)
Doherty Hall 2122

Every other week over the summer, we'll get together to discuss some articles or papers about science communication. If you'd like to join us, just show up at a meeting!

Check the PCR Google Calendar to see which weeks we'll be meeting. Contact Jay Wang to find out what we're reading for our next conversation.