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Faculty Science on Tap Application
"Science on Tap!" aims to connect scientists with the Ithaca community to discuss relevant research in an accessible way. This series is unique in that it offers an authentic seminar setting with scientists from diverse fields, backgrounds and nationalities that community members can identify with, in order to develop a sense of belonging and value within science. It also provides scientists a rare platform to participate in public engagement to present the most exciting aspects of their research to the general public.

This opportunity is open to Cornell University and Ithaca College faculty in physical, natural and social sciences. For a glimpse at past talk topics see our "Science on Tap!" webpage: https://gwiscornell.weebly.com/science-on-tap.html

While open to everyone, folks from underrepresented or historically underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply!

Requirements:
1. Working with "Science on Tap!" organizers to come up with a title and description of your talk that is accessible to the general public.

2. Giving a 15 minute radio interview with WHCU Radio ~1week before your scheduled talk, either over the phone or at the station. Air time is 5 min.

3. Commitment to giving a public presentation aimed at a general audience (20-30 min for grads and postdocs, 60-90 min for faculty with audience discussion and answering questions) at one of our "Science on Tap!" events, held Wednesdays 7-9pm at Casita Del Polaris)
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Name (First and Last) *
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Do you identify with the L.G.B.T.Q. community?
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Dates you are available to present at Science on Tap held Wednesdays 7-9pm (check all that apply) *
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If giving a talk would you have any accessibility needs? (i.e. wheelchair access, childcare etc.) *
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Proposed Topic of Talk (2-3 sentences) *
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Briefly describe the public relevance of your research. *
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Briefly explain what do you hope to gain from participating. *
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Science on Tap aims to make science more accessible to everyone and provide representation for those from underrepresented/historically marginalized groups by bringing in a diverse set of speakers or highlighting work from individuals that identify with such groups. Is there anything else you would like to share with us related to this goal that makes you a good candidate for the program?
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