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C*Sci2022: Citizen Science & Community Science Conference May 23-26, 2022


If your work involves (or if you are considering) citizen science, community science, or other forms of research collaborations, join the upcoming conversations at C*Sci2022, May 23-26th (virtual).

In just four half-days, you can access cross-disciplinary conversations that you won't hear anyplace else, giving you a front seat to take part in discussions on topics such as:

• How can I support equity, inclusion, and diversity in c*science projects?

• What innovative funding options are there for this work?

• How do we build sustainable projects for sustainable solutions?

Each symposia is paired with engaged sessions to make sure you can turn ideas into action for the most meaningful and impactful public research partnerships. This is also the only space where you can connect and learn together with the many collaborators required for integrity in both research and engagement, including science professionals, community leaders, engagement specialists, funders, app designers, and others who make it possible to conduct research and monitoring beyond the bounds of scientific institutions.

 Registration is open, and the full program is available. With our virtual event, it’s a low-stakes year to tap into the wealth of conversations happening at CSA (we also have equity-oriented pricing options). See details here: Please direct any questions to

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National Research Mentoring Network Career Development Webinar Series!


 Subject: National Research Mentoring Network Career Development Webinar Series!


We are excited to announce that we will be hosting a new webinar in our Career Development Webinar Series with the Social Scientist Community to discuss the importance of Diversity in STEMM.


NRMN collaborated with The Social Scientist to bring together a panel on Diversity in STEMM. You will hear from mentors from The Social Scientist community as we discuss the current state of DEI and how we need to both encourage and retain underrepresented communities in the STEMM fields. Join us and learn more about how The Social Scientist aims to break down barriers to support DEI in STEMM.


Join us on May 19 at 3pm CST for an important discussion.


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Mentoring Bootcamp at the University of Hawaii


Attached please find the flyer and schedule for the Mentoring Bootcamp, sponsored by the University of Hawaii RCMI Program and the University of Hawaii IDeA Clinical and Translational Research Center.

Richard Yanagihara, MD, MPH

Professor, Department of Pediatrics

John A. Burns School of Medicine

University of Hawaii at Manoa

Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, USA


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