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Shane M Hanlon
scicommer , Fellow , host/producer podcast, host/producer , ecologist, beer connoisseur, comments all mine
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Maryam Zaringhalam, PhD Sep 13
Friday the 13th seems like a pretty good day to announce is back in DC at October 7th with stories inspired by Tricks + Treats! Featuring: 🎃 🍬 👻 Len Kruger 👾 🧁 Tickets 👉
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Misha Gajewski Sep 12
Do you love ? Do you love ? Do you live in ? If you answered yes to all three then good news! Toronto is hiring a new producer! Apply by Oct. 15. More details:
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Emi Okikawa Sep 12
We had a spot open up for our show on Sept 26! The theme is Out of the Box: stories about being more than the boxes we're put in. If that speaks to you, DM me a pitch! We're hoping to have someone confirmed by the weekend. Tag a friend you'd like to see on stage 🥰
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Shane M Hanlon Sep 10
“Shane...stop working on that workshop presentation and pet me.”
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Zentrum für CS Sep 4
Are you a newbie in and want to know its basic components? Take a look at 's tips here:
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Sharing Science Aug 30
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Sharing Science Aug 30
This concludes our "crash course on a storytelling arc" thread. For more resources, check out this piece by me () & our other resources at our brand-spanking new website! 9/9
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Sharing Science Aug 30
How about starting the day in a 101 lesson on the structure of a ? This, is the story arc. Doesn't look like much, right? Oh, just wait. 1/9 Artwork by our own !
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Shane M Hanlon Aug 26
Replying to @drakejs
My back yard! Living in Arlington has its advantages.
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Dr. Beth Ruedi Aug 23
Hey -- can someone help me find the biggest, most unruly data table about faculty diversity (gender, race/ethnicity, faculty title, by STEM field)? I want to use it in a worksheet that will help schools more easily tell their story.
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Shane M Hanlon Aug 23
I swapped my bike for a kayak this morning for my commute. Saw a handful of ducks, couple herons, a , & made a snapping friend.
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Shane M Hanlon Aug 22
Replying to @janinekrippner
This is a garbage intro to a garbage article: “If you’re planning to visit Yellowstone National Park this Labor Day weekend, I have good news: It is very, very, very unlikely that the supervolcano beneath it will erupt while you’re there.” What. theF.
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Shane M Hanlon Aug 21
I can't remember the last time I laughed this hard at something on the internet.
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Third Pod from the Sun Aug 21
Scientists Are Zapping Fake Electrical Grids to Help Us Survive an EMP Attack Our latest episode features Delores Knipp chatting about how historic solar storms affected more than our electrical grids
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Shane M Hanlon Aug 21
Replying to @taracarea
Of course! It's kind of become my mantra.
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Shane M Hanlon Aug 21
If you don't publish, you're not a scientist. This is the thesis of the response to my PNAS piece taking issue w/ referring to ex-researchers as "dropouts" & "[scientist] survival" measured by pubs. Say it w/ me: SCIENTISTS 👏WHO 👏LEAVE 👏RESEARCH 👏ARE 👏STILL 👏SCIENTISTS
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Tracey Holloway Aug 21
New study form finds that successful more likely help their peers Very much the goal of - women helping women, scientists helping scientists
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The Story Collider Aug 20
DC! We're back TOMORROW at with stories by , Tristan Attwood, Rachel Hinton, Nina Hsu, and . Grab your tickets while they last 👉
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Shane M Hanlon Aug 20
I don’t usually jump on hashtags but this seems important.
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Shane M Hanlon Aug 19
Replying to @dvmphd2be
“Non-researcher.” Words matter. There are more folks outside of academia than in. (I recently wrote something taking issue with folks who decided that “dropout” was a good choice. It was not.)
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