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Digital Subscriptions > Skeptical Inquirer > March April 2017 > Science Education, Communication on Display at CSICon

Science Education, Communication on Display at CSICon

One of my favorite moments of CSICon came during Richard Dawkins’s onstage conversation with Jamy Ian Swiss. An audience member asked Dawkins to consider the three most important aspects of his career—evolutionary biologist, defender of atheism, and science educator—and identify which one made him most proud. Dawkins said science educator. A man whose book The Selfish Gene has just come out in a fortieth anniversary edition (see book excerpt in this issue) and whose The God Delusion was a huge bestseller considered science education his most important activity.

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