If you are an early career scientist looking for ways to get involved with advocacy, or a faculty member who wants to engage your students in the role of science in democracy, the Science for Public Good Fund is for you.
If you've read our book, "Breathe in the Smog, Drink in the Lead," you may be wondering what you can do to help kids who are being hurt by the Trump Administration's attacks on science. Here are some places to start.
The UCS Science Network Mentor Program connects early career scientists with mentors experienced in science advocacy. Together, you will create a project designed to strengthen the role of science in decisionmaking.