As a scientist, the research you do has incredible value to society. One important way to share your science broadly and help others is to be involved in science policy.
AGU provides many ways that you can be involved in science policy. Just a few are listed below. Email sciencepolicy [AT] agu.org if you have questions.
AGU Action Center: A fast and simple way to contact your legislators about science policy issues that you care about.
Webinars: AGU hosts multiple science policy webinars each year to give you information about federal science funding, legislation, and other critical issues.
Congressional Visits Days: AGU co-sponsors four annual Congressional Visits Days (CVD), providing opportunities for our members to meet with their legislators in Washington, D.C., or at home.
Sharing Science Workshops: AGU’s Sharing Science program has many opportunities to share your science, including communications workshops we can bring to your institution.
Congressional Science Fellowships: AGU offers two paid fellowships each year, allowing AGU members to work as congressional staff in Washington, D.C.
Fall Meeting Events: Multiple science policy events and scientific sessions are held at Fall Meeting every year.
Science Policy Alerts: Sign up to have important, timely information sent directly to your inbox.
The Bridge Blog: Read posts about a broad range of science policy issues. You can even become a contributor.
Twitter: Follow @AGUSciPolicy for the latest breaking science policy news and events.