“Preparation of Broader Impact Statements for NSF Proposals” is the title of a panel discussion sponsored by the UW System Women & Science Program and the UW Oshkosh Office of Grants & Faculty Development. The date is Wednesday, Feb. 3, from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Panelists are Michael Briley, a professor of physics and astronomy and recent NSF program director; Arlene Haffa, assistant professor of chemistry and recent NSF review panelist; Jennifer Wenner, associate professor of geology and recent NSF grant recipient; and Jennifer Mihalick, director of UW System Women & Science Program. To view the program live, see www.uwosh.edu/programs/wis/classrooms.php for information about the buildings/rooms where the program will be shown on each campus. The program will also be recorded and linked to the Women & Science Program website for later viewing.
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