Sharing on behalf of Education Abroad: Learn about science policy in D.C. this coming May while earning credit!
The Global Seminar: CU in D.C.- Science Policy program is a wonderful learning opportunity for students who are interested in the intersection of the sciences with policy-making in the heart of D.C.
- Get a first-hand look at the inner workings of some of D.C.’s most interesting agencies, institutions, and organizations such as NASA, the National Science Foundation, and the National Institutes of Health.
- Learn how policy is shaped in the US Capitol at the intersection of science, government, and society.
- Discover the working life of a scientist, both in and out of the lab.
Don’t just take it from us, alumni of this program consider it an invaluable opportunity:
“This course was the most influential experience in all five years of my college career. I came out of that course a changed person, and I want to advocate for science in my community because of the knowledge and confidence I gained by taking the course.” – Summer 2022 participant
Learn more at our Global Seminar: Science Policy Info Session!
Wednesday, January 25th
Students will earn 3 credits over three weeks, and the course is pre-approved for courses in the biological sciences, physical sciences, and President's Leadership Class. However, all majors with interest in the topic are welcome to apply.
Dr. Joseph Pesce, Program Director at the National Science Foundation, will teach this course and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. If you would like to open an application, email us at email@example.com to get started! Applications are due February 1st, and spots are limited.
We hope to see you at our Info Session and in D.C.!