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Wednesday, March 22, 2017 05:30 PM - 06:30 PM
Advocacy Communication Discussion

Dianne Miller and Kristin Adams from the Cornell Federal Relations office will be holding an “advocacy 101” discussion in preparation for the March for Science. We will learn about what it means to be a science advocate in Washington, D.C. and key issues that students should be aware of when meeting policymakers. Given that the Federal Government Relations office represents Cornell University’s interests before the federal government, we will also learn about what the federal relations office does and what university policies they find most important.

Light dinner will be provided and is sponsored by the GPSAFC. Event open to all Cornell graduate, post-graduate, and faculty.

About ASAP: Advancing Science And Policy

Connect with ASAP via their websitelist-serve (email to join), or Facebook. ASAP hosts many events and training sessions to help Cornell graduate students and postdocs learn how to use non-partisan language to defend the basic institution of unbiased science. 

Supported by the Cornell BEST Program.

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