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Your Guide for Getting Involved
Science for Georgia provides avenues and road-maps to engage scientists with the community. Now more than ever, we need information resources that the public can trust—and understand. An informed community is an empowered community, one that can influence public policy in supporting the rights of all people, especially those marginalized in our society.
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Do you have trouble with engaging your audience? We can provide you with the tools and techniques that can help you communicate more effectively. We will show you how to share your information in a way that educates, resonates and motivates your audience.
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Looking for opportunities to connect with fellow scientists or the public? Science for Georgia can connect you with opportunities to speak about the subjects you’re both knowledgeable and passionate about to an audience that wants to receive this information without biases or beliefs.
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Frustrated with the pervasiveness of misinformation? Here’s your vehicle for disseminating facts and evidence-based information. We can publish your blogs and articles here where they’re easily searchable and accessible.
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We hope you will support Science for Georgia in this mission as an expression of your shared values. Help us provide a place for the
public and policymakers to ask questions and receive trustworthy, non-condescending, straightforward answers.
It is with heavy hearts that Science for Georgia announces the passing of our dear friend and member of our founding team, Natsumi Miura (1991-2021). Her strength and compassion have made all of us, and our organization, better, and we will continue to reflect her light in our work.
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