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Thursday, January 31, 2019 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM
ASAP Science Policy Happy Hour

Join Advancing Science And Policy (ASAP) to meet peers who may be interested in science policy careers, to network with locals already engaged in science policy, and to munch on chips and dips provided by ASAP!

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Other opportunities in Science Policy:

The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, ACS' advocacy wing, is hiring a Senior Policy & Legislative Analyst to focus on policies tied to research and drug and device development & approval in the cancer space.

2019 AAAS Annual Meeting in Washington DC will consider how science can bring together people, ideas, and solutions from across real and artificial borders, disciplines, sectors, ideologies, and traditions. Attend to learn more about the many faces and facets of science policy. Dates: February 14-17th.

The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology is now accepting applications for its annual Student/Postdoc Capitol Hill Day! Every year, the ASBMB brings trainees from across the country to meet with their congressional leaders in Washington, D.C. This fully funded opportunity gives trainees the chance to promote scientific research by directly interacting with policymakers. Dates: March 27–29.
Apply by February 10.

About ASAP:

Cornell Advancing Science and Policy (ASAP) is a group of graduate students, post-docs and faculty interested in the intersection of science and policy. We engage our members in the policymaking process and educate the public about the role of scientific input in advancing society. We provide trainings on writing and outreach, discussions of pertinent science policy topics, host invited speakers, and lead annual trips to Washington D.C.. Join us to learn how to best make your voice heard and understood by those who represent you.

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. 

Location:
Bickering Twins
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