One of my favourite things is telling anyone who would listen about how awesome animals, zoology and science are. It is therefore no surprise that I made science communication a career, alongside my lecturing job at Brunel University London (read more about my academic role here).
- Winner of FameLab Poland, awarded the International Alumni Prize at the international finals in Cheltenham.
- Winner of I’m a Scientist, get me out of here!
Current science communication projects
I work as a Communications and Public Engagement Officer at Oxford University’s Department of Paediatrics.
I am also a freelance science communicator, which encompasses:
- Popular science writing for newspapers and magazines, including Focus, Tygodnik Powszechny, or Gazeta Wyborcza. Some of my articles can be found here (in English) and here (in Polish).
- Science presenting, both live and remote, for audiences of all ages. I worked for the Discovery Channel, British Council, Project ALPHA, and numerous TV stations.
- Lectures for adults (e.g. via the Copernicus Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies, Pint of Science, Soapbox Science) teens (various school visits) and children (Lecturers without Borders, Children’s University of Łódź).
- Hosting events (Perspektywy Women in Tech Summit).
- Content creation and consultancy, e.g. for Polsat, TVP, Ensonglopedia of Animals.
Finally, I am a science communication coach; I design, run and evaluate practical, outcome-oriented workshops, encompassing subjects such as public engagement, storytelling, public speaking, working with the media, or an introduction to the scientific method. I have collaborated with the British Council, Copernicus Science Centre, Society for Conservation Biology, British Ecological Society, Oxford University Career Services, London International Youth Science Forum and others.
I am available for collaborations, so if you have an interesting project in mind, please get in touch. Below are some organisations I worked with.
…and here’s proof!