Friday, November 4, 2016. Noon to 1 p.m.
Linus Pauling Institute, Room 402
Behind every good story is a good interview. Your questions are the very bones of your story—and maybe the difference between a tale that stands tall or falls flat. In the sciences, asking the right questions is particularly important to ensure complex subjects are told in an interesting and accurate way. Join us for a panel discussion on the Art of the Interview, featuring campus and local writers who will share tips, tales and tricks. Learn about doing the right amount of background research, establishing rapport, framing questions, getting the most out of your subject and learning how to ask follow-ups to cut through complexity.
Feel free to bring your lunch and your questions!