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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.

April Science Network Spotlight

Julian Reyes is a Science Network member and an IGERT NSPIRE Fellow at Washington State University. He is currently working on his Ph.D. exploring how climate and management strategies impact rangeland ecosystems through process-based modeling. He briefly left the United States for a year to live in Bonn, Germany, as a Fulbright Scholar. He is a member of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) and has taken an active role as a task force member for AGU's Science Policy Conference. Julian is a strong advocate for interdisciplinary training with effective communication of science, which will enable future scientists to tackle society’s most pressing problems. Visit Julian's website.

Read more about Julian’s interest in science and policy in his guest blog: "Blurring the Lines: Integrating Science and Policy."

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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