ARIS Advanced Broader Impacts Webinars
April 21, 2021 ; 1-3 PM CT - Broader Impacts Identity
Most researchers are comfortable thinking about and discussing their research identity – who they are as researchers and what contributions they hope to make to their discipline through their research over the course of their careers. It is far less common, however, for researchers to think about their impact identity – the lasting impacts they aspire to have on their community and on society, as a whole, through their broader impacts work. This interactive workshop will introduce the concept of a broader impacts identity and walk investigators through a process for starting to define BI identity. While any researcher is likely to benefit from this workshop, it is particularly relevant to early-career researchers (as well as to broader impacts professionals who work with researchers and can play a crucial role in helping them develop their BI identities).
- $100 Non-member
- $50 ARIS Community members *
* The following are eligible for ARIS memberships: K-12 Teachers and Students, Undergrads, Graduate Students, Postdocs, anyone from a Minority Serving Institution (MSI), which would include HBCUs, HSIs and TCUs (Historically Black Colleges/Universities, Hispanic Serving Institutions, Tribal Colleges/Universities), anyone from a 2-year/Community College or Technical/Vocational School
Workshop attendance is limited, so sign up early. Please register no later than the day prior to each event. Webinar will be hosted in Zoom; please confirm you have an active and updated Zoom account.
This session will discuss the NSF broader impacts policy and provide insight into creating effective broader impacts programming. Questions about individual plans will not be addressed during the webinar. Sessions may be recorded.
A refund of the registration fee, minus a $25 administrative fee, will be processed for cancellations received 24 hours in advance. No refunds will be issued for cancellations received after this date. Substitutions are welcome.