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2018 All-Scientists’ Meeting
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Tuesday, October 2 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Build Your Own Engagement Plan for Science Impact

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You’ve crafted compelling messages and rocked your media interview, now what? If you’ve wondered what else you can do to ensure your science has impact or if you’re are curious about why outreach programs are shifting from “communication” to “engagement”, join this workshop to learn more. Attendees will: (1) learn about how strategic engagement can boost the impact of site science, and (2) participate in a series of exercises to build your own engagement strategy for science impact. Teams of 2 or more people from a site are highly encouraged. This workshop draws on the NSF AISL grant PES@LTERs. Participants are encouraged to also attend the roundtable discussion, “Shaping the Future of Public Engagement with Science at LTERs”.

Lead Organizer

Kathy Fallon Lambert

Science Policy Exchange

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John Besley

Ellis N. Brandt Chair, Michigan State University
I study public opinion about science and scientists' opinions about the public. My goal is to improve the effectiveness of science communication by helping science communicators be more strategic. That means figuring out what you want (goals) and then figuring out what you can communicate... Read More →
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Sarah Garlick

Director of Science Policy and Outreach, Hubbard Brook Research Foundation

Tuesday October 2, 2018 1:30pm - 3:00pm PDT
14. Toyon Meeting Room