Monday’s “Social Media for Scientists” event, a part of the “Beyond the Ivory Tower” series (check out their news coverage here!), engendered great discussions about how and why scientists may engage in social media to communicate their research. University of Hawaii’s Christie Wilcox presented her experience as a scientist engaging with social media, focusing on “why every lab should tweet”. Following, COMPASS/SAFS Adjunct Instructor Liz Neeley shared her expertise about why scientists should care about social media in general. As part of this event, a wiki was created to continue the conversation, and now we’re gathering links of CoEnv blogs so that people interested in the science of the College and surrounding communities, and how its being communicated, have a place to go to find out!