Past AppearancesBook Signing: Reiter's Bookstore
Einstein's 126th Birthday Celebration
September 23, 2005, Washington, DC
Karen Fox discussed Einstein's papers of 1905, the annus mirables – the year of miracles – and answered questions from the audience.
Book Signing: The University Club of Washington, DC
Meet the Authors Cocktail Mixer
September 23, 2004, Washington, DC
A round table discussion and book signing with three DC authors: Amy Leigh Campbell (Raising the Bar: Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the ACLU Women's Rights Project), Elisabeth Leamy (The Savvy Consumer: How to Avoid Scams and Rip-offs That Cost You TIme and Money) and Karen Fox.
Lecture: A Career in the Communication of Science by Aries Keck
Division of Small Chemical Businesses
228th ACS National Meeting
August 23-25, 2004, Philadelphia
Books, articles, radio reports and television spots: People who can talk and write about science are few and far between. Being able to effectively convey the dangers and benefits of chemicals and technology is a skill that can be honed with careful practice. This talk focused on how to communicate with the news media, how to write and get articles published in popular and trade magazines, and how having a science background is a big plus out in the world of 'laypeople.'
Book Signing: WHYY 50th Anniversary Open House
August 8, 2004, Philadelphia
Philadelphia National Public Radio station, WHYY-FM held its annual open house with special programming for its 50th Birthday. Aries Keck signed copies of Einstein A to Z and spoke about her experiences as the science & health reporter for 90.9 FM.
Book Signing: Politics & Prose Bookstore
July 25, 2004, Washington, DC
This lecture was featured on C-SPAN2's Book TV. Fox and Keck described their joint-writing process, how the essay topics for the book were selected, and rare facts about Einstein's life and experiences. They answered questions directly following their remarks. DVDs of the airing on C-SPAN2 are available for purchase.
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