Research from all disciplines welcome to create exploration projects that connect with your research
This workshop conists of two unique sessions on Tuesdays from 4pm - 8pm.  At the end of these collaborative sessions a Minimal Viable Prototype (MVP) will be produced based on best practice models for online/in-person engagement with science.  Individual researchers or lab teams are welcome.  Projects can be at any stage, even re-envisioning existing projects or creating projects from scratch as part of a grant project.
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Registration is below for our upcoming series in May/June of 2022.  

Tuesday,  May 24th, 2022 -  4pm-8pm, (@Discovery Building)
Tuesday,  June 7th, 2022 -  4pm-8pm, (@Discovery Building)

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Email *
First name *
Last name *
Position/title *
Lab Name (P.I. if applicable, you may report 'self' if appropriate)
If part of a lab team please list other members that will be at all four of the sessions (separate more than one lab member by commas):
Describe your work *
Please very briefly describe your current work in science, technology, engineering or math and/or your area of expertise.
Do you have any identified aspects of your public engagement with science that you would like to focus on during the Wisconsin Idea STEM Fellows training? *
Fellowship requirements *
To ensure you get the most benefit from this program please review all commitments to verify that you are available for all program requirements:  1. Attend two sessions (four hours each)  2. Fully participate and complete components between workshop sessions  3. Prepare your Exploration Project for inclusion in the UW Science Expeditions, WI Science Festival,  Summer Science Camp, or Saturday Science events.  4. Participate in at least one support session for your individual/team projects   5. Fully participate in three public/online events in the upcoming 12 months using your exploration project.
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