Program Development and Evaluation from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension
Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science advances science and medicine through training in clear and vivid communication.
Informal Science is a collection of project, research, and evaluation resources designed to support the informal STEM education community in a variety of learning environments.
Network for Advancing and Evaluating the Societal Impact of Science is an international, open community for various types of professionals working on stimulating and demonstrating the impact of science on economy, culture and well-being.
Portal to the Public Network helps informal learning organizations connect public audiences with current science in their own communities through conversations with local scientists and engineers.
The Science Cartoons (SciToons) program was developed to engage STEM and non-STEM students and faculty in the creation of science animation.
SciFund Challenge provides training to empower your professional and outreach development through free or low-cost online classes.
The Story Collider is dedicated to true, personal stories about science and shares them through weekly podcasts and live shows around the world.
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