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SciComm Exchange: Moving Research to Action

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Tuesday, April 11
Sharpe Refectory
Brown University
144 Thayer Street
Providence, RI

hand drawing success and business symbol on blackboardWhat role can researchers play in policy decisions that shape the future of our state? How can your research contribute to evidence-based outcomes and strategies on a range of issues including budgets, healthcare policies, economic strategies, energy and the environment?

Finding ways to get your research into the hands of policymakers and community leaders can be challenging. While a peer-reviewed journal is often the destination for most scholarly publications, the dense, discipline-specific language can be inaccessible for decision makers outside academia.

Register for SciComm Exchange
Learn how to share your research and discuss compelling ways to clarify complex information at a SciComm Exchange hosted by Metcalf Institute on Tuesday, April 11 at Brown University’s Sharpe Refectory, 144 Thayer Street in Providence. Space is limited, so register here by April 7.

Amber Caulkins, program director for The College & University Research Collaborative (The Collaborative),will discuss opportunities for grant funding and explain how you can share your research with Rhode Island policymakers.

About The College & University Research Collaborative
Developed in 2013, The College & University Research Collaborative is a partnership between the 11 institutions of higher education in the state with the goal of better connecting academic research and public policy for Rhode Island. To date, The Collaborative has published 39 research articles, working with 65 researchers from across disciplines and campuses. This research has explored issues in healthcare, energy, workforce, manufacturing, regional competitiveness, arts and culture, social services, municipal services, criminal justice and education.

Rhode Island NSF EPSCoR conducts groundbreaking research and develops academic talent in the science and technology fields to increase competitiveness in research and development, build a more capable workforce and fuel economic growth in the Ocean State. Funded by the National Science Foundation and state contributions, RI EPSCoR brings together nine of the state’s public and private institutions of higher education in pursuit of a strong and sustainable marine ecosystem that serves as a foundation for Rhode Island’s economy and quality of life. Its partner institutions are University of Rhode Island, Brown University, Bryant University, Community College of Rhode Island, Rhode Island College, Providence College, Rhode Island School of Design, Roger Williams University, and Salve Regina University.

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under EPSCoR Cooperative Agreement #EPS-1004057.

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