Science Comedy Night @ The Bier Baron: March 27
Come to Science Comedy night on Friday, March 27th (the night before PDD!). Our line-up includes veteran storytellers, science comedians, a prize-winning author, and a headliner comedian who appeared on Comedy Central!
Because of the demand, tickets will need to be purchased for the event.
Friday, March 27th
DCSWA's Professional Development Day: Sign Up Now!
This is our biggest event of the year -- a full day of talks, workshops and networking with other science writers and editors. This year's event will feature:
Where: AGU headquarters, Dupont Circle, DC NW
Sorry, our registration is full for this year.
Matt Davenport and Elaine Seward Win 2014 DCSWA Newsbrief Award; Honorable mentions to Beth Mole and Mark Zastrow
Washington, D.C.—The D.C. Science Writers Association (DCSWA) named a winner and two honorable mentions in the sixth annual DCSWA Newsbrief Award.
For the 2014 award, four science writers judged more than 70 entries, including print, online, audio and multimedia pieces. A video from Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN) earned the top prize.
For better or verse.
A DC Science Café Event:
Versed in Science (and Math):
Science and technology are leading characters in many of our time’s great ongoing narratives. And so these categories of human endeavor offer rich fodder for the synthetic and analytic, and the metaphoric and analogic, powers of poetry. Join us to hear the work of two accomplished poets, Rick Mullin and JoAnne Growney, and then read your own science-inspired poetry at the open mic. Mullin is an editor with the weekly Chemical & Engineering News. Growney, a former professor at Bloomsburg University in Pennsylvania, is a poet and mathematician who often explores where the twain of these pursuits meet in her blog.
I think that I shall never see