Broader Impacts

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

Registration is now open for the next WI Idea STEM Fellows workshop on January 16th and 30th 2020. https://go.wisc.edu/iva212

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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.

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Latest Broader Impact News

  • Registration now open for ARIS Summit 2020!

    Registration is now open for the next Advancing Research Impacts in Society (ARIS) Summit, April 28-30 in Durham NC. ARIS is the new name for the National Alliance for Broader Impacts. Consider joining a dedicated …

  • Materials and Supplies for Your Activity Station!

    It is daunting to start a new exploration station. A major concern is finding the proper materials to complete your project while ensuring that it is durable, can be stored and transported, and cost-effective. While …

  • What is Institutional Support for Broader Impact/Research Impact Activity?

    One of the goals of the Wisconsin Broader Impacts Design (BID) Team is to improve institutional support of BI activities by the university. But what exactly does that mean? The National Alliance for Broader Impacts …

  • 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 …

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