Please fill out the registration link for the individual workshops below!
The Journal of Science Policy & Governance (JSPG) and the National Science Policy Network (NSPN) are pleased to co-host the 2021 International Policy Memo Competition focused on Intersectional Science Policy.
To prepare and incentivize interested authors to submit policy memos for the competition, JSPG will co-host five writing workshops featuring Special Topics Issue partners: the National Science Policy Network (NSPN), Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS), 500 Women Scientists, and the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE).
The first three workshops will take place over two days. The first day will include a lecture on policy memo writing, followed by writing practice in groups. Science policy professionals will provide feedback on write-ups, and discuss their feedback extensively with participants on the second day. The last two workshops are 90-minute sessions.
All of these workshops will equip students, policy fellows, and early career researchers with the skills needed to write effective policy memos addressing justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion in all sectors of science, technology and innovation policy.
Workshop 1: February 27 & 28, 2021: Impactful and Inclusive Policy Memo Writing, co-hosted with SACNAS - WATCH HERE
Workshop 2: March 6 & 7, 2021: Prioritizing Diversity in Science Policy Writing, co-hosted with 500 Women Scientists - WATCH HERE
Workshop 3: March 13 & 14, 2021: Writing Policy Memos with an Equity Lens, co-hosted with NSBE - WATCH HERE
Workshop 4: March 20, 2021:- Effectively Writing Memos as a Team, co-hosted with NSPN
Workshop 5: March 27, 2021: - Inclusive Policy Analysis and Policy-Making Tools, co-hosted with NSPN
Science and it’s resulting policies are fundamental to society and therefore must fully represent all intersectional identities by centering the voices and needs of our communities.
The National Society of Black Engineers is committed to engineering diversity by exposing and developing it's membership through leadership programs and opportunities. We support efforts to establish and promote policies that improve the workplace and shared environments so that all together we thrive.
Please fill out the registration link for the individual webinars below!
Registration for this event has now closed. Please watch our recording and submit to our special issue!
Webinar: Knowledge in Action: Effective scholarly communication for impacting the policymaking process