Getting involved in science policy as a grad student
March 16 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Curious how you can get involved in science policy as a STEM grad student? Join Cornell Advancing Science and Policy for a panel discussion via Zoom or in person with graduate students who have written and edited policy memos, coordinated and participated in local and federal advocacy, and worked with science policy professionals all while working toward a PhD!
Andy Sanchez, ASAP President, Assistant Editor-in-Chief, Special Editions at Journal of Science Policy and Governance
Kara Fikrig, ASAP Secretary, Founder and Organizing Chair, Vaccination Conversations with Scientists
Joseph Long, ASAP Vice President, NSPN Sci-Pol Scholar, Washington Academy of Sciences
You can register on CampusGroups or this Google Form for this hybrid (in-person/Zoom) session on March 16th from 5-6 PM in Warren Hall 138. Contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions.
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