This Spring, Adam Patch founded the Graduate Science Policy Group (GSPG) at SU. One of GSPG’s primary goals is to provide opportunities for students in the SU/ESF community to discuss topics connecting science and policy. This summer, the group plans to begin an informal seminar open to all interested students. The group is also working to provide resources students who are interested in outreach and advocacy. In April, GSPG partnered with the Syracuse New Feminists for Justice and other local advocacy groups to organize the Syracuse March for Science. Watch a video featuring Adam about the March for Science here.
Graduate students, Michael Czajkowski and Arthur Hernandez are also founding members of the SU Graduate Science Policy Group (SUGSPG).
Updates from the group can be found here.