PhD candidate, Science Communication, University of New South Wales
Isabelle Kingsley is a professional science communicator, educator and researcher. She started her career as a high school science teacher but later switched gears and worked as a science communicator and educator at various cultural institutions in Canada and Australia. Isabelle has created and managed multiple large-scale science communication initiatives including National Science and Technology Week (Canada), The Mars Lab and more recently, the Sydney Science Festival. Currently, Isabelle is completing a PhD at the University of New South Wales, researching the impacts of science communication on public scientific literacy.
Evidence-based scicom: Research exploring knowledge, beliefs and perceptions (Session Producer)
Research paper: A sea of deficit: The science communication landscape in Australia (Presenter)
Evidence-based scicom: Research exploring new and social media (Session Producer, Session Chair)
Who to believe? How epistemic cognition can inform science communication (Session Producer)