Do you want to put your science to work? See it contribute to a better world? Then you want to be as disciplined in your approach to the policy process as you are to your research and services. Ten days at the AMS Summer Policy Colloquium, to be held in Washington, D.C., 31 May–9 June 2020, can jump-start your preparation.
Join some 30–40 of your peers: early to midcareer earth and atmospheric scientists from academia, government, and the private sector who will dialog with policy-level officials in the federal agencies and Executive Office of the President, Congressional members and staffers from both parties, and other leaders engaged in the policy process.
This is the 20th year of this unique and highly successful AMS science policy immersion workshop; alumni now number over 600.
The 2020 Colloquium will cover
Interested? You can register up until 15 April 2020, but please note that participation will be limited to 40 individuals, on a first-come, first-served basis.
Important Note for Graduate Students: A limited number of graduate students and faculty will be awarded full financial support from the National Science Foundation (NSF), based on a national competition. Those seeking NSF funding must apply by 20 March 2020, in addition to registering.
Questions? Please contact William H. Hooke at firstname.lastname@example.org.