• The Ecological Society of America is offering a short course on "Sustaining Biological Infrastructure: Strategies for Success." This hands-on course will provide project directors with the key business planning, marketing, and communications skills they need to enhance their project's continuing development and sustainability. Learn more at http://esa.org/sbi/.

  • A new network is being formed to bring scientists and their local communities together for a real dialogue on climate science. Volunteers will be provided materials for context-setting presentations, as well as coaching regarding how to begin conservations about climate change. Sign up to volunteer at climatevoices.org.

  • The National Science Foundation is working with the University of Missouri to hold an event on 16-18 April 2014 on broader impacts of research. The summit aims to bring broader impacts professionals together to share best practices, ideas, and challenges; set the course for future infrastructure support; and increase interaction with the National Science Foundation. Learn more at http://www.broaderimpacts.net/index.php.


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