Increasing your Visibility as a Researcher Using Social Media - Webinar Recording

For researchers seeking insights into what social media can offer to researchers

Learn how to communicate complex scientific ideas on different social media platforms 

1 hour of learning

Webinar recording with English captions and transcript

About this course

Do you already use social media to share your latest findings, but struggle to make yourself visible to a wider audience? Are you actively figuring out creative ways to get people interested in your scientific contributions and grow your network? You may already have taken our courses “Effective Science Communication” and "Networking for Researchers" to build your academic presence; however, establishing a meaningful presence online requires not only patience, but also social media acumen sharpened over time.

Extending your reach on social media can help you open the door to grants, collaborations, or your next (academic) position – opportunities that might not have been possible otherwise. 

In this webinar recording, social media expert and rising cosmologist Sophia Gad-Nasr shares her insight into building a meaningful social media presence as a scientist over time. She also discusses how researchers can use social media to their greater advantage.

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Increasing your Visibility as a Researcher Using Social Media - Webinar Recording

Meet the expert

Sophia Gad-Nasr is an early-career cosmologist and astroparticle physicist. With a Twitter/X following of over 70k and a palpable passion for science communication, Sophia is well-known for effectively engaging an online audience with her work using varied online content. 

Her active and strategic engagement with social media as a researcher had also earned her a Social Media Manager Fellowship at the University of California, Irvine.

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