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  • CZI Capacity Building Seminars

    Dear Partners,

    We are thrilled to partner with Kemi Oso for our April sessions on all things data. This series will support you in your ability to collect, organize, and analyze data for better programmatic outcomes.

    If you would like to attend a CZI weekly capacity building training and need ASL or Spanish interpretation, please let us know at least 7 days before the session at capacitybuilding@chanzuckerberg.com 


    You can always access past CZI recorded sessions on our Wistia page


    If you were forwarded this email, you can complete this form to receive future invitations directly.


    Sincerely,
    CZI Capacity Building Partners

  • NSPN: SCIENCE POLICY SCHOLARS-IN-RESIDENCE (App Due March 15th)

    Science Policy Skills Training & Experiential Learning
    The SciPol Scholars-in-Residence Program (SPSR) is designed to provide a combination of hands-on training and experiential learning for NSPN members in the world of science policy – from academia, to nonprofits, to publishing, to government.


    Scholars will emerge from the SciPol Scholars Program with a science policy portfolio, an expanded network of science policy professionals, and invaluable hands-on experience that is intended to help Scholars jump-start their careers.


    Questions? Contact us at scipolscholars@scipolnetwork.org.


    Applications for the next cohort of the Science Policy Scholars program are open now through March 15, 2024 at 12pm ET.


    Applications are open to active, paid members of NSPN

    https://www.scipolnetwork.org/spsr#eligibility-header

  • Free Registration till March 15th: The USU Spring Runoff Conference

    This year's conference theme is Navigating Utah's Water Challenges Through Interdisciplinary Partnerships. This Conference highlights the nexus between policy, management, and research, combining the ways in which managers and researchers are responding to and answering key water management questions during a time of unprecedented challenges. Join us on Tuesday, March 26th, at the Cache County Fairgrounds and on March 27th at the Eccles Conference Center at Utah State University.

    Open to all Professionals and academics interested in water to participate, including elected officials, government agencies, nonprofits, consultants, students, and faculty.

    Registration is free and open to all. Registration closes on March 15, 2024.

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