About this event
Join panelists from the National Science Board (NSB) and the National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics (NCSES) for a discussion on the importance of state-level data for researchers, program managers and decision-makers.
The event will be held online on April 21 from 2 -3 p.m. Eastern time. Registration is required to attend.
We will explore the powerful tools available for researching U.S. state trends and indicators in science and engineering education, workforce, research and development, patents and publications, and knowledge-intensive industries. State legislators, colleges and universities, and local governing bodies are invited to learn how to best utilize these and other data resources to inform local decision-making around science and engineering.
- Dr. Maureen Condic, National Science Board Member and Associate Professor of Neurobiology and Anatomy, University of Utah School of Medicine
- Dr. Vipin Arora, Deputy Director, National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics
- Erin Heath, Director of Federal Relations, American Association for the Advancement of Science
Moderator: Dr. Amy Burke, Indicators Program Director, National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics
The event will be held on Zoom and live captions will be available.
- Zoom webinar registration
- Real-time captions will be displayed in Zoom during the event. Click the "closed caption" button in Zoom if you do not see the captions.
- For reasonable accommodations requests, please contact email@example.com before April 14.
About the National Science Board and the National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics:
The National Science Board identifies issues critical to NSF’s future, establishes its policies and serves as co-head of agency with the NSF Director. The Board also advises the President and Congress on policy matters related to science and engineering industry and education.
The National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics (NCSES) is a principal statistical agency located within the National Science Foundation. NCSES is the nation's leading provider of statistical data on the U.S. science and engineering enterprise.