Improv requires you to understand group dynamics, tell stories, and say yes in the face of the unknown. In many ways, improv draws upon the very same skills we cultivate as science and tech students. This beginner-friendly improv workshop will use the tools of improvisational theater to help you become a better collaborator, increase your storytelling skills, and become more relaxed with all of the unknowns that come with your path in science and tech. RSVP here.
Sponsored by the Graduate School & the UT SciComm Interest Group.
Nichole Bennett researches science communication in the Ph.D. program at The Stan Richards School of Advertising and Public Relations at The University of Texas. Through STEMprov, she teaches scientists and tech professionals improv to boost their communication skills (http://stemprov.org). She is also an instructional coach for Austin Coding Academy and a coding teacher for Long-View Micro School and has her Masters in Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior from The University of Texas. When not doing those things, you can find Nichole performing and teaching improvisational acting. You can follow her on Twitter @choleness or Instagram at @theawkwardoff.
Photo credit: Steve Rogers Photography