Learn how to better communicate with others about climate change with help from history, ethics and communication.
In this episode we meet a historian, a scientist, a communications expert and an ethicist as we piece together what climate means to us as a society and how we can better communicate with others about climate science and climate change.
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A new weekly half-hour TV series that explores how science and technology influence our everyday lives.
Watch Wednesdays at 7:30pm on WOSU TV.
QED with Dr. B
A fun and informative science series, co-produced by WOSU Public Media and COSI, that talks one-on-one with the scientists, engineers and innovators who are redefining how we interact with our world.
Dr. Frederic Bertley is a scientist, scholar and evangelist for innovative thinking. Recognizing that science can be intimidating to understand, Dr. B has made science literacy for any age his life’s mission. QED with Dr. B is an excellent way for viewers to gain a working knowledge of the world around them.
Cindy Gaillard is the Content Director for Television and leads the WOSU Team for QED with Dr. B. A multiple Emmy award recipient, Cindy holds a B.S. in psychology and an MFA in creative writing from OSU. She has produced content for Columbus Neighborhoods and Broad & High.
Dr. Marci Howdyshell
Dr. Marci Howdyshell is the Director of Science Content at COSI. After six years as an experimental physicist with a passion for outreach, she transitioned to a full-time career in STEM education and outreach. She has shared her love of science in schools, colleges, zoos and science museums…and now, television!
Diana Bergemann is an award-winning editor, producer and storyteller, with an affinity toward production management. Along with her current role as Production Manager and Correspondent on QED with Dr. B, Diana also creates content for other WOSU productions, including Columbus Neighborhoods. She holds a BA in Communications, with a minor in Theater at Indiana Wesleyan University.