Merchants of Doubt screening

Green Earth Sciences Building, Rm 365 (behind Roble Gym, near Arrillaga Rec) 367 Panama St, Stanford, CA

Interested in public health, science communication, great documentary story telling, and/or uncovering corporate corruption? Free Screening of Merchants of Doubt, plus free food. Learn how a handful of scientists obscured the truth on issues from tobacco smoke to global warming. Based on a book by Naomi Oreskes, Harvard University professor of history and science.


Green Earth Sciences Building, Rm 365 (behind Roble Gym, near Arrillaga Rec) 367 Panama St, Stanford, CA

Opportunities for climate action while improving communication skills and climate knowledge.

Happy Hour

Treehouse 459 Lagunita Dr, Stanford, CA

Chat, meet others, and reconnect.

Trivia Night

Green Earth Sciences Building, Rm 365 (behind Roble Gym, near Arrillaga Rec) 367 Panama St, Stanford, CA

Join us for fun trivia! Dinner provided.

Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy

Zoom Webinar

Vaccine hesitancy (AKA anti-vaxxing) is a growing factor in public health, and is even more important given its potential effects on the COVID-19 crisis. These issues affect everyone, not only medical professionals, and we all have a part to play in combatting misinformation regarding vaccines! With your peers in Scientists Read more…

Fall 2020 Communication Workshop

Zoom Webinar

Sometimes, the facts don't speak for themselves! Join Scientists Speak Up to learn a flexible framework for equitable and effective communication regarding politically charged science. The workshop will include an overview of best practices in science communication and a chance to brainstorm with peers about the ways in which we Read more…

Joint Sustainability Trivia Night

Zoom Webinar

Join Scientists Speak Up, Stanford Energy Club, Stanford Roots, and Students for a Sustainable Stanford in a night of trivia! Bring a team or come solo and meet new people across organizations. Prizes are available for the winning team! Register by Google Form: Registration closes on Oct 19th.

Bill Weihl Talk

Zoom Webinar

Join Scientists Speak Up for a lecture and discussion with the Executive Director of ClimateVoice, Bill Weihl. In 2006, Bill left his computer science faculty position at MIT to focus his career on climate action and took a role at Google as Green Energy Czar, leading their clean energy work. Read more…

Advocacy in Academia with Prof. David Hillis

Zoom Webinar

How can we better engage our communities and government to advocate for a better society? Join the Stanford Science Policy Group, Scientists Speak Up, and Prof. David Hillis of UT Austin to learn and share! Prof. Hillis will speak to his experience in science policy and outreach, ranging from testimony Read more…

Communication Workshop

The most important thing you can do to help fight climate change: Talk about it. -- Come learn how to have a productive climate conversation based on proven social science research. This workshop cycles between short engaging presentations with live mock demonstrations followed by short interactive breakout sessions in small groups for practicing with peers.