Broader Impacts Design Project Spring 2018
The Broader Impacts Design Project is an NSF funded project to help support researchers in developing and implementing their broader impacts planning and implementation here at UW-Madison, the Discovery Building, and beyond. The project gets underway this spring with a selection of workshops, you can attend one workshop or multiple workshops.
Here is a link to a .pdf of the Spring 2018 schedule - https://goo.gl/bQBWiR

Attending one or more workshops will help you to develop an integrated BI plan and connect directly with partners and BI opportunities during the design phase of your proposal.

If you have questions please contact:
Travis Tangen, WARF at the Discovery Building, ttangen@warf.org
Kevin Niemi, WISCIENCE, kjniemi@wisc.edu

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I would like to register for the following Broader Impact design / grant proposal workshop(s): *
You may select any individual workshops or a series of workshops as supports to develop your Broader Impacts plan for NSF grant preparation.
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Broader Impacts Design Project
With support from the National Science Foundation* (NSF), three museum and university partnerships across the country, including the Discovery Building and UW-Madison led by WISCIENCE, are bringing researchers and community partners together to develop sustainable partnership models and resources to support innovative, high quality Broader Impacts (BI) initiatives associated with federally-sponsored research. The NSF’s intention for BI is to ensure that research benefits society and contributes to specific societal outcomes including public understanding and appreciation of science, participation in science, the development of a diverse and talented STEM workforce for the future, teaching, training and education at all levels, and the formation of new partnerships with community, industry and more.

*This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No.1610693 Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation

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