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Video: Interns learn to translate science into policy

NSPIRE-program-80PULLMAN, Wash. – Graduate students gained experience translating their research into science information for policy makers during recent internships with governmental, political, scientific or nonprofit groups. They share what they learned in a new video.

The students are part of the IGERT-NSPIRE program – see http://igert.nspire.wsu.edu/ and http://www.igert.org/projects/240 – funded by the National Science Foundation in the Center for Environmental Research, Education and Outreach (CEREO) at Washington State University. The video was co-produced by the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication.

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IGERT-INSPIRE graduate student.

See the video and learn more about the students and program at http://cereo.wsu.edu/
newsletter-2014-12/#NSPIREvideo
 (scroll down).

See an earlier article about the program at https://news.wsu.edu/2010/04/20/grad-students-cross-train-in-sciences-and-policy/#.VI8QBE10yfB.

 

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