A Day in the Life of…A Science Educator

January 14, 2011

kidsLast fall, OITE launched “A Day in the Life of…,” a series of interactive, online chats exploring a variety of careers in science.

In September, we heard from David Kosub, a Public Health Analyst, about careers in science/public health policy, and chatted with Philip Mayer, an Assistant Vice President of Pfizer, in October to explore careers in big pharma. Last November, we featured careers in science writing through a discussion with Mariette DiChristina, Editor-in-Chief of Scientific American. (For more tips from Ms. DiChristina, click here.)

To kick off the series in 2011, we are pleased to introduce “A Day in the Life of…A Science Educator,” featuring Jayatri Das, Senior Exhibit Developer at The Franklin Institute exit icon1 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a dynamic science museum with interactive exhibits for visitors of all ages, live science shows, and more.

To read the transcript of the chat, click here exit icon1.

EVENT: “A Day in the Life of…A Science Educator”

DATE: Thursday, January 20, 2011

TIME: 12 pm – 1:00 pm EST

GUEST: Jayatri Das, Senior Exhibit Developer, The Franklin Institute

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