Science Storytelling Series - Creating Stories that Stick
July 19, 2023 | 11:00am-12:00pm AKT / 1:00-2:00pm MT / 3:00-4:00pm ET
The NNA-CO is hosting a series of virtual workshops on science storytelling, culminating in a presentation of stories at the NNA Annual Community Meeting in March 2024. Our next event will help you find a compelling ‘hook’ to draw your audience into the story you want to tell. Join Lianna Nixon, award-winning photographer, filmmaker, and climate science educator, on July 19 as she guides you through the process of finding that hook and creating ‘stories that stick.’
Indigenous Evaluation Training
The Urban Indian Health Institute will provide training on Indigenous evaluation that is grounded in a culturally rigorous way by reclaiming data for the well-being of the community, staying grounded in cultural knowledge systems, and utilizing western science when needed.
Specific dates and sign-up opportunities coming soon.
Storytelling Workshop Series and Indigenous Storytelling
Part 1: April 27, 2023
Part 2: Fall 2023
In coordination with StoryCenter and Alaska Teen Media Institute (REU Students), the NNA-CO will offer a Storytelling Workshop Series that will provide an introduction to storytelling and utilizing story as a method for sharing and communicating science. The series will focus on themes and topics such as: Introduction to Storytelling, Ethics of Storytelling, Types of Stories, Storytelling & Science, Type of information (methodology, medium) to put your story together (A Personal/Project Framework), post-production and editing, publishing and sharing your story, other forms of authorship and scholarship.
2024 NNA Annual Community Meeting
March 5-7, 2024 | Washington, DC
The 2024 NNA Community Meeting will take place during March 5-7, 2024 in Washington, DC, jointly hosted by the NNA-CO and George Washington University (GWU) and held at the University Student Center on GWU’s Foggy Bottom campus.
This meeting will provide an opportunity for NNA researchers, NNA project partners, Arctic Indigenous community members, Indigenous organizations, policymakers, and federal agency partners to come together to consider the state of research and research relations within and beyond the NNA Initiative.
Please visit this page for more information.