Broader Impacts and ISE (2015)

Broader Impacts and ISE (2015) Agenda
Broader Impacts and ISE (2015) Participant List
Broader Impacts and ISE (2015) Key Areas Need Action Items

In April 2015, CAISE convened representatives from NSF-funded centers and large facilities with ISE professionals, evaluators and social science researchers for two days of exploration of the needs, opportunities and challenges of those researching, designing and evaluating education, engagement and broader impacts strategies. Participants also included leaders from the National Alliance for Broader Impacts (NABI) the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Center for Public Engagement with Science and Technology and the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB). The presentations that framed and informed the working meeting included:

Dyad Presentations

Discussions and ideas generated at the convening informed a white paper on existing and potential strategies and collaborations that link outreach, engagement and broader impacts work with informal STEM education.

This Venn diagram represents the (sometimes overlapping) roles that convening participants identified playing in the broader impacts, communication engagement and education landscape.

Related Readings

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