Public Policy, STEM & You: Past Participants Tell All!

Kim Petrie
July 22, 2016

Interested in learning about ways to engage in STEM Policy through Vanderbilt resources? Join the Graduate School for this informative panel discussion with graduate students who have participated in past STEM policy events.


Public Policy, STEM & You: Past Participants Tell All!

Thursday, Aug. 11

5:00 – 6:00 pm

201 Alumni Hall

Sponsored by the Graduate School 

Learn about the professional and personal benefits to exploring and advocating for science in the public sphere. All panelists participated in either the VU fall STEM Policy & Advocacy event or the spring AAAS CASE WorkshopThe focus of this event is on opportunities for graduate students in STEM + Social Science disciplines.

Graduate Student/Postdoc Panelists: Rachel McKane (Sociology); Emily Burchfield (Environmental Engineering); Amy Shaw (Environmental Engineering); Christian Marks (Molecular Physics & Biophysics); Loren LaPointe (Biochemistry); and Rubin Baskir (Cell & Developmental Biology)

If you have questions, please contact Ruth Schemmer, Assistant Dean for Career Development (