Event description: On the 60th anniversary of the Antarctic Treaty, a landmark achievement of science diplomacy that ensured Antarctica would be used only for peaceful and scientific purposes, join the Journal of Science Policy & Governance (JSPG) and GPS-STEM at UC Irvine for a workshop on “Celebrating Shared Global Goals in the Age of Science Diplomacy” covering international science diplomacy. The speakers will present short talks related to the topic of the event, followed by an opportunity to practice and discuss science diplomacy in breakout rooms.
Date & time: December 1, 2021; 11-12:30pm PST/2-3:30pm EST
Audience: Early career researchers interested in learning about science diplomacy topics.
- Learn about the role scientific research plays in finding diplomatic solutions to global problems
- Develop and discuss communication and policy skills needed to impact science diplomacy
- Jean-Christophe Mauduit: JSPG's Senior Advisor for International Engagement; Lecturer in Science Diplomacy, Department of Science, Technology, Engineering in Public Policy (UCL STEaPP) at University College London (UCL)
- Chia-Chun Liang: PhD Candidate, UC Irvine
- Stephen McCarthy: Postdoctoral Scholar, UC Irvine
- Melody Brown Burkins: Director, Institute of Arctic Studies, Dartmouth University
- Marga Gual Soler: Founder, SciDip Global
- Mandë Holford: Associate Professor, Hunter College, The American Museum of Natural History & CUNY Graduate Center
For questions, contact Chia-Chun Liang or Stephen McCarthy.