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Science Policy Group: March Newsletter
 
How to Write your Representative
 
Want to make a positive impact on Congressional science policy, but unsure how? Come to our evening workshop and learn how to write a personalized letter to your Congressional Representative! The workshop will be led by J.C. Kibbey, Midwest Outreach and Policy Advocate at the Union of Concerned Scientists. Food and drink will be provided. More information here.
 
Date: Wednesday, March 7th 
Time: 4:00-5:50 pm 
Location: English Building, Room 108
 
Get-out-the-vote
 
The March primary elections are just around the corner! Your vote is crucial for positively impacting science-based policy. Early voting begins March 13th, the Tuesday before Spring Break, at several locations, including Illini Union Room 213. Polling places will be open every day from March 13th through March 20th. Voter registration instructions, voter guide, and polling locations will be posted on our facebook event page here.
 
 
Fellowship Workshop
 
Interested in learning more about national science policy fellowships? Come join us and previous AAAS Science Policy Fellowship recipients Dr. Gay Miller and Dr. Melissa Cragin for a workshop providing first-hand insight in to one of the premier science policy fellowships! We will also provide an overview of some of the major science policy fellowships, application dates to know, and tips on how to strengthen your application over the summer. More information here.
 
Date: Monday, March 12th
Time: 3:30-5:00 pm
Location: ACES Library Monsanto Room
 
Join one of our committees!
 
All of our committees are recruiting new members! If you are interested in having an active role in planning SPG's 2018 events, contact Suds Dwaraknath (dwarakn2@illinois.edu - Inform Committee), Libby Haywood (mayberr3@illinois.edu - Professional Development Committee), or Robby Goldman (rgoldma3@illinois.edu - Advocacy Committee) for more details!