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New Course: Communication Strategies for Collaborative Research

If you are a researcher, practitioner, leader, or educator interested in the intersection between science and environmental decision-making, the Transdisciplinary Environmental Science for Society (TESS) program will equip you to actively address the world’s most complex environmental challenges.

TESS is a noncredit professional development program designed by University of Arizona faculty to help close the gap between scientific research and the needs of society to address increasingly complex environmental problems. It is designed for working professionals and graduate students who want a solid grounding in approaches to bringing scientific insights to real world challenges.

The TESS program consists of three 4-week online courses. Communication Strategies for Collaborative Research, the third course in the TESS program, is now open for registration.

In this course, you will explore the context, information, and tools for communicating effectively in a collaborative research setting. This course is different from a science communication course in that it focuses on elements and practices of communication that foster successful collaborative research. 

Communication Strategies for Collaborative Research starts October 11.

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