The Coalition for National Science Funding each spring sponsors an exhibition and reception showcasing research made possible by the National Science Foundation. Over 30 booths display a wide range of scientific research and education projects and university researchers and educators are on hand to describe their work to interested Members of Congress and their staffs. Each year, the event draws about 100 Congressional staff, Members of Congress, and White House leaders.
FABBS was pleased to invite Joanna Christodoulou, EdD (MGH Institute of Health Professions and Harvard Graduate School of Education) and Tyler Perrachione, PhD (Boston University) to present their research at the 23rd Annual Coalition for National Science Funding’s Exhibition and Reception on Capitol Hill. The event, “Investments in Scientific and Educational Research: Fueling American Innovation,” took place on May 16th, 2017, in the Rayburn House Building, where 35 exhibitors represented their scientific societies and universities and mingled with members of Congress, staff members, NSF leaders, and others in the community.
Joanna Christodoulou, EdD
MGH Institute of Health Professions and Harvard Graduate School of Education
Tyler Perrachione, PhD