Washington, DC (March 6, 2023) – The Journal of Science Policy & Governance (JSPG) and the National Science Policy Network (NSPN) are pleased to release Volume 22, Issue 01, the 2022 Standard Winter Issue of the journal.
“On behalf of NSPN, I would like to congratulate the authors and all those who submitted to this issue. Our thanks to JSPG for their editorial leadership and ongoing support to provide a space for dedicated young professionals to address relevant topics in science policy. I applaud the published authors for their important contributions on a variety of topics. It is my hope that they continue to take part in activities to engage the public and policymakers on important issues in science policy,quote,” said Sam Rayburn, Director of Programs, National Science Policy Network.
The 2022 standard winter issue of JSPG includes 11 articles by authors from the United States, India, Chile, Paraguay, and the United Kingdom. Topics addressed include open science, climate literacy, workforce development for careers in STEM, data transparency, knowledge infrastructure, space policy, social media, and governmental programs to better evaluate outcomes of research funding.
"This standard issue covers a number of timely and relevant topics to international science policy today, and showcases the innovative views of the next generation in shaping the future of the field,” said Adriana Bankston, JSPG CEO & Managing Publisher. “JSPG’s long-standing partnership with NSPN, including on this standard issue, signifies our common missions to empower the next generation of leaders in science policy through impactful work that can lead to actionable change towards a better society.”
This Standard Issue is also supported in-kind by outreach partners at the Union of Concerned Scientists and Science Debate.
The Journal of Science Policy & Governance (JSPG) is an international, open access peer-reviewed publication managed by and for students, policy fellows, and young scholars in science, technology, and innovation policy. JSPG publishes high-quality articles covering the widest range of topics in formats that are accessible to policymakers. Since 2011, JSPG has served as a vehicle for students and early career researchers to bolster their research and writing credentials in science policy. Visit sciencepolicyjournal.org and follow on Twitter @SciPolJournal to learn more.
The National Science Policy Network (NSPN) is a non-profit representing early career science policy, advocacy, and diplomacy groups distributed across the country, focused on providing a platform for sharing resources, building relationships, and training the next generation of scientists and engineers to be pivotal voices in all levels of policy making.. Visit scipolnetwork.org and follow on Twitter @scipolnetwork to learn more.
The Union of Concerned Scientists is a national nonprofit organization founded more than 50 years ago by scientists and students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.Its mission is to use rigorous, independent science to solve our planet's most pressing problems. Joining with people across the country, we combine technical analysis and effective advocacy to create innovative, practical solutions for a healthy, safe, and sustainable future.. Visit ucsusa.org and follow on Twitter @UCSUSA to learn more.
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