Sky High Brewing
160 NW Jackson
Meet new people and catch-up with others Give input on the brown-bag topics and structure for 2015/2016 Get answers to your questions / Feedback on your projects
If you can’t make it, feel free to provide input and feedback using the form below or email Naomi Hirsch @ OSU.
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The Research Office, Division of Outreach and Engagement, and the Center for Research on Lifelong STEM Learning are now launching the OSU Research Impacts Network (ORIN). The goal of the network is to improve processes, communication, and accessibility related to existing tools for developing high quality research impacts that benefit society (often referred to as “broader impacts”).
What’s important and valuable to know about broader impacts and this network, and how will it benefit you?
Nick Houtman and Naomi Hirsch will facilitate the first 30-minute discussion.
Julie Risien, Associate Director for the Center for Research on Lifelong STEM Learning, serves as the faculty lead for the ORIN network. She will be there for the final 30 minutes to answer questions and add more information.
Questions for Discussion
What are Broader Impacts? (link on image below for more information)
What are current examples of OSU faculty fulfilling the broader impacts requirement?
How do science communicators fit in?
What creative resources exist at OSU to reach broader impact goals?
Curious about crowdfunding? Come and learn all about it, get your questions answered, and contribute to the conversation.
Lacie LaRue from the OSU Foundation will share about the Create Oregon State crowdfunding site that the Foundation manages.
Joey Hulbert, OSU Alum, will speak about his recent experience crowdfunding on Experiment.com. He will compare the site to other platforms for crowdfunding scientific research. Joey will share tips for launching a campaign as well as advice to be successful. He will also share about his public engagement experiences in the Willamette Valley.