This is the first installment of a two part series where I sit down with seasoned bloggers to understand more about the world of scientific blogging. And today we have with us Jessica Eise. Jessica is an author and researcher. She works on pressing social, economic and scientific issues that are misunderstood, underrepresented or poorly communicated amongst critical groups of stakeholders. Her latest book is The Communication Scarcity in Agriculture (Routledge 2016). Jessica currently works at Purdue University in the Department of Agricultural Economics as the director of communications and a graduate instructor of communication and multimedia strategies.
I had the privilege to sit down with Jessica and ask her a few questions. So without further ado, here is Jessica Eise!
Q) So first things first, what inspired you to get blogging?
A) Every story, occurrence and piece of research has a home. That may be on the front…
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