2021 AAAS Virtual CASE Workshop

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The AAAS Office of Government Relations is pleased to announce the 2021 Virtual Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering (CASE) Workshop, which will take place September 23-24. As the Workshop is virtual, registration is FREE and open to all STEM undergraduate students, graduate students, and postdocs.

The CASE Workshop is an exciting opportunity to learn from science policy and advocacy experts about the role of science in policymaking and the federal policy-making process. The workshop empowers participants with ways to become a voice for basic research throughout their careers.

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Learn more about the workshop

Who can attend?

This entry-level program is organized to educate STEM students who are interested in learning about the role of science in policy-making, introduce them to the federal policy-making process, and empower them with ways to become a voice for basic research throughout their careers. The workshop is designed for students in science, technology, engineering, and math fields with limited experience and knowledge of science policy and advocacy who want to learn more about science policy.

What will students learn?

During this workshop, students will learn about the structure and organization of Congress, the federal budget and appropriations processes, and tools for effective science communication and civic engagement. In addition, students will participate in interactive seminars about policymaking and communication. On the last day of the program, students will have the option to form teams and conduct meetings with their elected Members of Congress and congressional staff.

Want more information about CASE?

Read about the experiences of previous CASE attendees on this page, and see what attendees are saying about the workshop on Twitter: #MakingOurCASE.

Please send questions about the workshop to govrelations@aaas.org.

Looking for more opportunities to explore science policy?

Visit the AAAS Student Resources page.

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