Scientists are increasingly being asked to communicate the “broader impacts” of their work. With the threat of a decline in both the scientific workforce and the public’s literacy on ocean and environmental science issues, the time is now for stepping up our efforts to promote ocean literacy. Although there is no single approach for a […]
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Gears Luncheon Series – Ocean Sciences 2014
A collaboration of several COSEE Centers will present a series of Gears Workshops for scientists interested in increasing their capacity for high impact education, outreach, and collaboration activities. These leadership development events, which will incorporate material from the all-day Gears Professional Development Workshops, are organized into four areas or “gears.” The four “gears” (Deconstruct, Learn, […]
Broadening Your Impact
Attention Researchers: Join us for a live online seminar on July 28, 2009 at 1:00 pm EDT to discuss how to create effective and well reviewed broader impact statements for your upcoming August 2009 National Science Foundation proposals.
COSEE NOW 2008 Scientist Survey Report
What do scientists think about coastal sciences education & outreach? Are they engaged? And, in what ways are they contributing? This report offers answers to those questions.
COSEE MA Scientist Survey 2004-2007 Report
Little is known about scientists’ involvement in education and outreach with K-12 schools and public audiences. This report includes scientist survey results from annual online surveys in 2004 through 2007.