Sci-comm + Outreach
Sci-Comm & Outreach work
Invited Guest: Interview (Uploaded on Youtube)
In this interview, we discussed everything about research, seeking and gaining remote opportunities, skills, academic Twitter, and lastly some very important advice when starting your career in academia, especially when coming from a developing nation.
Open Science Initiatives
The #dev-ersity in academia (#DIA) is an initiative founded by Munna and me. We aim to provide a space for researchers around the globe, especially the underrepresented population that conduct research in developmental psychology and interdisciplinary subjects like cognitive science. You can read more about it here or click on the logo.
The Project Underrepresented Students of Psychology & Allied Sciences (USPAS) is founded by me and a work-in-progress with a wonderful co-founder, Anushka Kumar, and a core team.
Invited Guest podcaster: Inclusivity in Academia
I was invited to a podcast series, Breaking The Facts and, this episode talked about the lack of inclusivity in academia as a disabled student. We discussed the need of highlighting themes on mental health as one of the most neglected conversations in academia and STEM and the importance of one's experience in academia with it. You can hear the podcast here.
Guest Workshop Host: Navigating Research Opportunities in Academia 101
Neurathon, a workshop series organized by Simply Neuroscience (July 2022)
Workshop Assistance: An Introduction to EEG
I write articles on Medium covering topics around academia, and mental health and hope to cover more on disability, inclusivity, etc.
I also hope to publish more articles on sci-communication and my experiences as a disabled student in academia soon.