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Science and Civics Guide

This guide is targeted at campus leaders (students, faculty, and administrators) as well as others who are looking for guidance on how to communicate the connections between science, scientists, and democratic engagement. We hope these talking points and examples can spark conversations and help STEM students reflect and see themselves as part of, and not separate from, politics.

How would a campus best use this resource?
Use this guide to engage STEM students to see the connection between science and civic engagement, and encourage them to become more civically engaged.
Learning outcomes
“Campus leaders will be able to communicate the intersections between science and civic engagement. Campus leaders will be able to communicate policy implications for specific STEM disciplines. Campus leaders will be able to share different ways that STEM students can get involved in their community and on their campus.”

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