Did you miss the event?
We had a fantastic turnout on Monday, March 27. If you couldn't make it to the event, watch the full conversation, moderated by Dr. Liz Silva, associate dean of graduate programs.
A forum with Vice Chancellor for Science Policy and Strategy Keith Yamamoto and leaders in science advocacy across UCSF.
- Hear from SF and DC March for Science organizers
- Find out about how UCSF scientists are making the case for science in Washington
- Learn how to talk to politicians about science
Other presenters include:
- Natalie Alpert, MPA, associate director, federal government relations, UCSF Community and Government Relations
- Claire Brindis, DrPH, professor in the UCSF School of Medicine; director of the Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies; and director of the Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health at UCSF
- Laura Lane, JD, associate director, government relations, UCSF Community and Government Relations
- Kristen Ratan, MS, co-founder of the Collaborative Knowledge Foundation
Note: There will also be a "pre-event" at Parnassus campus in room N721 at 1 p.m., with Dr. Yamamoto.
Science Advocacy 101 is the first in the "Advocating for Science and Scientists in 2017 and Beyond" series.
Now more than ever — whether it’s in everyday conversations with friends and family, or in lobbying government for support and funding — we need advocates for science. The events in this series will provide information, tools and skills to better equip you to advocate for basic research, higher education, science funding, and scientific rigor in policy and decision-making.
Co-presented by the Graduate Division and the Science Policy Group at UCSF