Science ATL & Faculty Science Grants

Friday, May 15, 2020

The symposium will introduce options for science faculty to partner with the non-profit group Science ATL, the group responsible for the Atlanta Science Festival. Working with Science ATL, there are several ways for laboratory groups to engage in the community, with emphasis on meeting broader impacts needs for grant proposals.

Participants will hear faculty success stories and access Science ATL’s resources and plug-and-play opportunities that add value to grant proposals. The integration of public engagement activities within the context of broader impacts aligns well with the One Emory strategic framework, in particular with Pillar 4: Atlanta as a Gateway to the World, which intends to “realize Emory as a core part of the civic fabric of Atlanta.”

Participants will gain access to project description text that can be adapted for grant proposals, covering the different options for outreach opportunities with Science ATL, plus connections to those who can consult on expanded or customized projects.

The symposium is funded by the Emory University Strategic Framework and produced by a collaboration between the Emory Center for Faculty Development & Excellence and Science ATL.

Held virtually via Zoom.

Program and Registration

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