BROADER IMPACTS 101: A Workshop on the National Science Foundation's Broader Impacts Criterion
November 4-6, 2019
Recognizing the importance of Broader Impacts (BI) in developing competitive proposals for the National Science Foundation, the University of Idaho Office of Research and Faculty Development, Idaho EPSCoR, and Washington State University are co-sponsoring BI 101. This unique, half-day training event will be presented by Dr. Jory Weintraub
, Science Communication Program Director with the Duke University Initiative for Science and Society. Dr. Weintraub is a founding member of and BI trainer for the NSF-funded center, Advancing Research Impact in Society.
The events will be held at Idaho's three research universities on November 4th
(Idaho State University campus), November 5th
(Boise State University campus), and November 6th
(University of Idaho campus). Registration is required and the event will not be offered via videoconference. To reserve a place in the workshop, please contact Sarah Penney at firstname.lastname@example.org
and indicate which location you are interested in attending.