Call for Abstracts: GPSS Science and Policy Summit and TED-style Talks
TED-style Talks May 3rd
GPSS will be hosting TED-style Talks on May 3rd, 2:30-5pm in the Burke Room at the Burke Museum. This event will be an opportunity for students and faculty to present their research in a concise way to encourage dialogue about the interface of science and policy. Any UW graduate or professional student or faculty member are welcome to attend and encouraged to submit a presentation abstract about the results and policy implications of their research. The best presentation will be voted on and a prize will be awarded.
Science and Policy Summit May 8th
The GPSS Science and Policy Summit will be accepting abstracts for poster presentations from across disciplines. Any UW graduate or professional student is welcome to submit an abstract about the results and policy implications of their research. This summit will be open to students and community members, including researchers and policy makers. Last year, posters came from disciplines such as health sciences, medicine, environment, built environment, and urban planning.
For details: http://depts.washington.edu/gpss/scipol or contact Kristen Hosey: email@example.com.