Fall 2020 Science, Policy, Engagement CSF

Science, Policy, & Engagement Cohort (Deadline TBA)!

  • Building an Enduring Grassroots Constituency for Science: We are currently accepting applications for Community Science Fellows to join our 2020 Science, Policy, and Engagement Cohort.  AGU has been awarded a grant from The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to develop a new project, “Building an Enduring Grassroots Constituency for Science,” that will create science-community partnerships in eight communities across the United States. Fellows selected for this cohort will support a community science partnership that advances local priorities and addresses public audiences, media, and decision makers. As just one example of these kind of multi-component (science, engagement, policy) projects:  A community leadership team might collect and analyze local air quality data, share the data with residents, work with residents in areas with dangerous air quality to design educational campaigns and encourage policy changes that reduce pollution.

 

Learn more about Community Science Fellows and view selection criteria here. 

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