Broader Impacts

Consultation and support resource for engaged planning, designing, and implementation of Broader Impacts programs.

Registration is now open for the next Wisconsin Idea STEM Fellows workshops, June 12th & June 27th - create interactive stations to convey your research.

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Thanks for attending the NSF Career Workshop presented by the Delta Program, WISCIENCE, & the Discovery Building's public engagement with science programs.

NSF Career Workshop was successful on May 22nd at the Discovery Building - complete the intake form for support from Discovery as you prepare your proposals for July submissions. More

Latest Broader Impact News

  • Supporting BI Infrastructure

    Establishing a sustainable Broader Impacts infrastructure on university campuses is important in creating a positive academic culture that supports BI. This infrastructure can be something like a repository of tools, but it can also be …

  • Seeking Exploring Your Future Volunteers

    The request for volunteers and presenters for Exploring Your Future has just been released! Exploring Your Future is the male counterpart to the long-lasting and popular Expanding Your Horizons. While the misrepresentation of girls in …

  • New Fellowship and Grant Opportunity with the ARIS Center!

    The ARIS Center (Advance Research Impacts in Society) was launched earlier this year to fund projects that connect the community to the public, and fellowships are now open to receive applications for pools of money …

  • Expanding Your Horizons is Going Strong

    For another year, Expanding Your Horizons has welcomes more than 350 middle school aged girls to the UW-Madison campus to spend a day socializing and meeting with professional scientists (who identify as women). The university …

  • A Weekend to Celebrate Girls in STEM

    Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) and the Girls World Expo were held to celebrate, inspire, and foster sisterhood in the young women of Wisconsin on October 28th, 2018. The UW-Madison chapter of Graduate Women in Science …

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