Science Policy Resources

From the Seminar “Don’t Just Get Mad! How to Help Government Craft Good Science Policy” – CEDAR Workshop, June 2015, Seattle WA

Minimal Time & Effort

  • Develop & Practice A Great Elevator Pitch For Your Research
  • Create A Personal Research Webpage
  • Participate In Social Media
    • Google Scholar
    • Research Gate
    • LinkedIn
    • Facebook
    • Twitter (e.g. @RandomSpaceFact, @BadAtronomer)
  • Stay Informed With AAAS Policy Updates
  • Attend An NSF “Science: Becoming the Messenger” Workshop (hosted throughout the country and year)
  • Become a member of AAAS
  • Read-up On This Topic
    • “Escape From The Ivory Tower” by Nancy Baron
    • “The Honest Broker” by Roger Pielke
    • “Beyond Sputnik” By Tobin L. Smith, Homer A. Neal, and Jennifer B. McCormick
    • “Fight Club Politics: How Partisanship Is Poisoning the U.S. House of Representatives” by Juliet Eilperin
    • “High Noon”  by J. F. Rischard
    • “Environment and Statecraft” by Scott Barrett
    • “Storm World” by Chris Mooney

Direct & High Impact