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Be a Force for Science: Advocating for Science Beyond the March

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Be a Force for Science: Advocating for Science Beyond the March
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET

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Advocating for science doesn't end when we march.

Register for our free webinar to learn about practical, concrete steps you can take to be a science advocate locally, nationally and internationally.

Our panel of communications and advocacy experts will share best practices on outreach topics, including:


• How to communicate the importance of evidence-based decision-making to policymakers. • How to work with the media. • How to share the value of science and its impact with the public.    

We will also unveil a new, exciting AAAS online advocacy toolkit to help you stand up for science.

Panelists:
Erika Shugart
Executive Director
American Society for Cell Biology

Francis Slakey
Interim Director of Public Affairs
American Physical Society

Suzanne Ffolkes
Vice President of Communications
Research!America

Moderator: Erin Heath
Associate Director, Office of Government Relations
AAAS

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