Storytelling

Debunking Misinformation with Seema Yasmin, M.D.

Seema Yasmin, M.D. is a medical doctor, poet, professor, and professional debunker. She’s Director of the Stanford Center for Health Communication and a clinical assistant professor in the Stanford University School of Medicine. Yasmin teaches science journalism and global health storytelling and studies the spread of microbes and misinfodemics. Seema is the author of the…

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“Numbers Need a Narrative”: How to Structure Storytelling for Maximum Impact with Douglass and Lisa-Marie Hatcher

Douglass and Lisa-Marie Hatcher are the co-founders of communicate4IMPACT, a business storytelling training firm focused on helping businesspeople take what they do naturally (tell stories) and apply it to what they do professionally. On this week’s episode, we explore a range of topics related to the power and structure of effective storytelling, including:  What storytelling…

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Crafting Fascinating Stories of the Stars with Kimberly Arcand, Ph.D.

This week’s episode features Kimberly Arcand, Ph.D., Visualization Scientist and Emerging Technology Lead at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian. We discuss a range of topics related to effective storytelling about the abstract topics of space and the cosmos. You’ll hear about: What makes a story compelling and how Kim goes about crafting…

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Resilience, Leadership and Storytelling with Jamie Mason Cohen

This week’s episode features leadership expert Jamie Mason Cohen, author of “Live From Your Class: Everything I Learned About Teaching, I Learned from Working at Saturday Night Live”, who shares insights about how to build resilience, be a strong leader, and related topics, such as: Whether scientists should see themselves as leaders What qualities scientists…

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