On May 31st, Polar-ICE, in conjunction with the Association of Early Career Scientists, will be hosting a webinar on constructing an effective broader impacts statement that will address NSF’s Criterion II. A description of what we will cover can be found below. We hope that you will join us. To attend, register here today!
Broadening Your Scientific Impact & Addressing NSF Funding Criteria with Polar-ICE
Scientists are increasingly being asked to communicate the “broader impacts” of their work. Learn about the important points to include in your a BI statement that will satisfy NSF Criterion II and tips on selecting potential audiences, identifying appropriate collaborators, and developing activities that achieve broader impacts. We will explore a suite of new online resources for scientists aimed at helping you develop a BI statement and fulfill your interest in communicating your science. We will also explore the ways that you can partner with the Polar Interdisciplinary Coordinated Education (Polar-ICE) to fulfill your BI requirements.