This Week in Science Policy

By: The Science & Policy Exchange Team

December 06, 2018

Here are our top picks for This Week in Science Policy:

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International:

And for some exciting #SciPolJobs, Opportunities and local events, we have:

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International:

Wondering what our executives at SPE have been upto? If you aren't following us on social media as yet, we got you covered!

  • Read this opinion piece by Tina Grusso (Co-President) on non-linear careers for WomenInSTEM, based on the reflection paper written by Vasseur Liette & Heather VanVolkenburg for CCUNESCO

  • Join Arthi Ramachandran (SPE Treasurer) at ArcticNet ASM2018 in Ottawa, Ontario December 10-14, 2018!
    Visit Arthi at Poster #61 “Exploring the advancement of science diplomacy through engagement - An Arctic Council simulation” on Tuesday, December 11 and Wednesday, December 12 from 17:00 – 19:00 to learn more about the important role of next generation science diplomats in shaping national and international policy and solving global challenges.
    Arthi will be presenting the results from the model Arctic Council, which was conducted in collaboration with Melody Brown Burkins (U Darthmouth) along with the Science and Policy Exchange (SPE). To read the full science diplomacy report click here.
    Stay connected for this event with SPE through Twitter, Facebook #ArcticNet #ASM2018.

  • The notes taken by science policy fellows at the CSPC2018 are now public! A git hub page set up by Noushin Nabavi curates all the notes taken by Shawn McGuirk (Internal Board of directors) and many other SciPol fellows! Be sure to check them out

  • Stay tuned to our twitter handle for the release of the final report from SPE's National survey on Scholarships and Fellowships! We are close to compiling all the data and are excited to share the results with you all

Keep an eye out for our next week's update on the news section #SPEthursday #ThisWeekinSciPol #SciPolJobs