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The UCS Science Network: Who We Are

The UCS Science Network is a community of more than 17,000 scientists, engineers, economists, public health specialists, and other experts across the country working to educate the public and inform decisions critical to our health, safety, and environment.


July Science Network Spotlight

Audrey Peterman has a passion for getting people engaged with our national parks. Through her company Earthwise Productions, Inc, she focuses on connecting the public lands system and the American public. In 1995, she and her husband Frank traveled more than 12,000 miles taking in the beauty of these national treasures around the country. They've visited more than 170 units of the National Park System, taken thousands of Americans on personal tours of the parks and worked to expose the benefits of the parks to Americans of color. She detailed her travels in a book she co-authored with her husband Frank, Legacy on the Land: A Black Couple Discovers Our National Inheritance and Tells Why Every American Should Care. Audrey hopes that sharing the stories of our nation’s history in our parks system “inspires us to wake up and address the most pressing threat faced by our generation – climate change.”

Read more about Audrey’s work on national parks in her guest blog: “Climate, Communities of Color, and Connections: Interview with Audrey Peterman”

Early Career Scientists

We offer opportunities to get involved and help advance your career path, networking events on science and policy careers, and trainings to build your strength as a science communicator and advocate.

How to Get Involved:

  • Take our Early Career Scientist Survey to help us determine how best to include you in our efforts.
  • Become a Student Member of UCS at a special discounted rate. Student membership will allow you to engage with and learn from UCS scientists, as well as access networking and professional development opportunities.

 

Can I Join?

The UCS Science Network is intended for scientists, engineers, health professionals, and economists with (or working towards) an advanced degree. If you don't fall into any of those categories, and you want to help UCS make a difference, we encourage you to join the UCS Action Network.

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