FAES Announces Public Policy Workshops in Science & Technology
Learn how science and technology intersect and influence public policy with a series of workshops taught by public policy analyst and expert Dr. Deborah Stine. She has conducted public policy analysis for the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine; the Congressional Research Service; the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy; and Carnegie Mellon University.
Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences (FAES) will offer a series of 2-day online workshops in science and technology public policy to grow skills and increase participants’ understanding of and eligibility for policy-related fellowships, positions and promotions.
Workshops will enhance the analytical tools available to address program needs and assess programs funded by your organization.
Successful completion of each FAES workshop will earn a digital badge to demonstrate learning in the content area.
FAES Spring Public Policy Workshops (higher-level courses are more analytical):
- May 9-10 The Role of the White House, Congress, Federal Agencies and Judiciary in Science & Technology Policy (Level 1)
- June 6-7 Public Policy Analysis for Scientists, Engineers and Health Professionals: A Systematic Process for Analyzing and Developing Policy Options to Respond to Societal Challenges (Level 2)
- July 11-12 Public Policy Analytical Methods for Scientists, Engineers and Health Professionals: Understanding and Evaluating Benefit-Cost, Cost-Effectiveness and Risk Analysis (Level 3)
- Aug. 1-2 Program Evaluation for Scientists, Engineers and Health Professionals (Level 4)
Register for all four workshops in the series to receive a significant discount.
FAES, a nonprofit located at NIH, conducts advanced training in the biomedical and related sciences. Register at https://education.faes.org/.