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NSF Hosts Pride in STEM Panel

On June 24th, the National Science Foundation (NSF) hosted a Distinguished Lecture titled Pride in STEM: A Conversation about Research, Mentorship, and Advocacy. NSF’s head of Diversity and Inclusion Rhonda Davis moderated a panel which featured:
 

Dr. Jon Freeman, Associate Professor, New York University, NSF CAREER Awardee
Dr. Bryce E. Hughes, Assistant Professor, Montana State University, NSF CAREER Awardee
Dr. Wil Srubar, Associate Professor, University of Colorado

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FABBS Public Scholarship Series Wraps with Op-Eds and Policy Briefs

June 15, 2021

FABBS, in collaboration with the Scholars Strategy Network, continued our June Series on Public Scholarship with presentations about strategies and opportunities to elevate research findings.

The session Drafting a Policy Brief was led by Joanna Ten-Kate: Scholars Strategy Network, Policy Associate (bio here). The interactive session led by Ms. Ten-Kate addressed how to choose a target audience, provided advice on writing for different audiences, and defined the components

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Public Scholarship Series Recap

FABBS, in conjunction with the Scholars Strategy Network, is continuing our June Series on Public Scholarship with conversations regarding strategies and opportunities to elevate public scholarship efforts in academic departments.

Connecting with Congressional Offices brought together experts in building relationships with lawmakers and translating research to policy. Speakers included:

Parisa Parasafar, PhD: Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

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Raising the Profile of Behavioral Science

June 2, 2021

FABBS, in collaboration with the Scholars Strategy Network, kicked off our June Series on Public Scholarship with a conversation about opportunities and strategies to elevate public scholarship efforts in academic departments. The session Raising the Profile of Behavioral Science on Campus brought together diverse perspectives for an informative panel. Speakers included: 

Dr. Jennifer Mangels, CUNY Baruch

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