Advocacy Webinar Recording Available
The recording of SfN’s June 10 webinar, Advocacy Activities: Good for You, Your Institution, and the Field, is now available. The webinar discusses how advocacy can contribute to professional success at every career stage.
Moderator Joanne Berger-Sweeney, president-elect of Trinity College, was joined by speakers Thomas Crockett, graduate student at Washington University, Laura Martin, assistant professor and associate director of functional MRI at University of Kansas, and William Guido, chair of the Department of Anatomical Sciences and Neurobiology at University of Louisville. The speakers discuss how they have successfully made science advocacy an integral part of their professional development.