Writing a Compelling Broader Impacts Statement
A Social Science Pop Up
Writing a compelling Broader Impacts section of an NSF proposal
Featuring Susan Sterett, Director of the School of Public Policy, and Michele Wolff, Director of the Shriver Center at UMBC. How can researchers be intentional about the reciprocal and mutually beneficial aspects of community-engaged work? How can you as a PI best conceptualize and articulate the societal or community impact of your research? What are the components of a well-crafted and effective Broader Impacts section of an NSF proposal? Bring your questions and come prepared to workshop your ideas! This event is geared primarily for faculty. This is a drop-in event.