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Science Communication
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

You Know What You Do

You Know What You Do

Could You Explain It To A Stranger?

Could You Explain It To A Stranger?

Study Science Communication

Study Science Communication

Take The First Step

George Mason University’s Science Communication Program is a hub of cutting-edge research and graduate education centered on science communication theory and practice. We examine how effective communication shapes interest, attitudes, discourse, and engagement toward a host of contentious science issues and among a variety of stakeholders. We pursue these goals through

  • Impactful research that applies science communication theory and best practices to ongoing science controversies.

 

  • Engaging learning opportunities geared toward future scholars and practitioners.

 

  • Rewarding career opportunities within and outside of academia that reflects our location in the Washington, DC region.