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Uploaded on Dec 6, 2013

Early-career scientists have the exciting opportunity to pursue non-traditional careers that connect science and advocacy. This workshop will explore the value of scientific training in the policy process, the options available, and the routes for navigating potential career paths. These strategies will be particularly relevant to early-career scientists who are interested in careers at the nexus of science and policy, so they can begin to develop a sense of where they would be effective advocates and how to get there. Presenters Gretchen Goldman, analyst in the Center for Science and Democracy at UCS, and Laura Grego, senior scientist in the Global Security Program at UCS will answer attendees questions about overcoming career challenges and share their personal experiences.

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