The Graduate School Graubünden promotes young academics. It is committed to continuing education, scientific exchange, networking, cooperation, publicizing research and the support of newly arrived researchers. The Graduate School is an institution of Academia Raetica. The government of Graubünden issued a performance mandate on October 1, 2014, which provides the financial basis for the operation of the Graduate School Graubünden. Academia Raetica founded the Graduate School Graubünden on December 18, 2013.
Science communication for researchers – a hands-on workshop
September 24, 2020 – September 24, 2020
Although the importance of their research work is usually clear to the scientists involved, as their work is usually tax-payer funded, it is crucial that the relevance of their research is communicated to the general public.
You will learn how to prepare for and lead negotiations to create solutions that will satisfy both conflicting parties. You will be able to reflect on your personal negotiation style and find out how to improve your skills.
This introductory course will offer you the keys to develop the essential knowledge, resources and skills to optimize the management of your research data and increase your chances of complying with funding agencies’ new requirements.