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Welcome to Episode 3, Season 2 of SciPol SoundBites, the podcast of the Journal of Science Policy & Governance!
Today, we continue with episodes from the joint issue between Journal of Science Policy & Governance (JSPG) and National Science Policy Network (NSPN), resulting from the 2020 policy memo competition.
Authors we are interviewing today are graduate students discussing important topics related to water policy and healthcare, with a focus on community.
In this episode, Conner S. Philson (Twitter and LinkedIn), Sarah Alexander (Twitter and LinkedIn), and Kathryn Pluta (Twitter) describe their policy memos published in JSPG Special Issue: 2020 Policy Memo Competition, produced in collaboration with the National Science Policy Network (NSPN).
Read the articles on the JSPG website:
(1) From Cafeteria to Community: Amending the National School Lunch Act to Promote Healthy Eating in Children
(2) Water in Los Angeles: Rethinking the Current Strategy
(3) Green Infrastructure Incentives to Mitigate Flooding in Madison, WI
Learn more about NSPN.
#SciPolSoundBites is a podcast of the Journal of Science Policy & Governance (JSPG), providing authors with a new medium to share more about their publication and reach an extended audience in science policy.
Podcast host: Adriana Bankston is JSPG’s Chief Outreach Officer. Adriana promotes JSPG as a publication outlet and professional development opportunity for early career researchers in science policy. She organizes outreach events, and seeks out opportunities to highlight the organization, authors, and published work. Learn more, get in touch, and connect with Adriana.
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