24 October 2017

Tell a science story at Fall Meeting with Story Collider!

Posted by Shane Hanlon

By Shane M Hanlon

The Story Collider is excited to be hosting a storytelling event at AGU’s Fall Meeting in New Orleans on the night of Thursday, 14 December, as part of AGU’s Sharing Science programming at the meeting. We’re seeking true stories about your personal experiences about Earth and space science, especially those related to New Orleans and Louisiana, to be included in the show. These must be science stories – not lectures – with a beginning, middle, and end, in which you undergo a change. They are typically eight to ten minutes long and can be about anything from how you first fell in love with science to how your work has affected your personal life to challenges you’ve faced in your work to something else completely different. For examples of great stories, you can hear our podcast at storycollider.org/podcast.

Email us at [email protected] with a short pitch of your story, and “AGU 17” in the subject. If we think it might be a good fit for the show, we’ll be in touch. Thanks!

Shane M Hanlon is a Senior Specialist in AGU’s Sharing Science Program and producer/host with The Story Collider