JumpStart: ‘The Communication Revolution in the Sciences and Humanities’
The next JumpStart forum will focus on how the internet is transforming the way that scientists and humanities scholars are generating, communicating and evaluating new knowledge. Business and Technical Communications Lead Joseph E. Harmon (BIS) will discuss the transformative changes that are taking place with state-of-the-art examples drawn from “The Internet Revolution in the Sciences and Humanities” (Oxford University Press), co-written by Harmon and Alan Gross. All are welcome to attend.
“The Communication Revolution in the Sciences and Humanities” will be held Thursday, April 19, 2018, at 10:30 a.m. in Building 241, Room D173.
Harmon has been a science writer, editor and manager for four decades at various Argonne divisions. In that time, he has written five books on communicating science (with Alan G. Gross) and many scholarly articles.
The JumpStart series is a friendly, informal forum for employees to develop new tools and knowledge that will enable individual and collective success — to help them do their jobs more efficiently and effectively.
Meetings will include 30 to 45 minutes of presentation followed by Q&A. When available, presentation materials will be made available on the Jumpstart website on Inside Argonne.