Virtual Workshop: Designing a science outreach program
This interactive session begins with a case study of an effective outreach program, Kansas DNA Day. Working in small groups, participants identify needs that exist on their campuses and think of ways that professional skills can be developed by graduate students and postdocs through participation in an outreach program. Participants are guided through the development of an implementation timeline and program budget. Individually, participants work to identify resources for funding and share their findings with the larger group. By the end of the session, participants have a basic design, budget, and prioritized action plan to implement a science outreach program.
Eligibility to attend:
- Students and postdoctoral researchers in the biological sciences.
- Students from member institutions have designated free spots on a first come first served basis. You will need to email BioKansas prior to registering to receive the discount code.
- Students from non-member institutions may attend for a $15 registration fee as space permits.
Registration closes on March 8.
Registrations cancelled within 72 hours of the workshops are not eligible for refund.
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