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We could all do with a little reflexivity

Civic Science Fellow Andrea Isabel Lopez published a piece on SciComm Bites sharing an overview of reflexivity as a tool to help science communicators be more effective. The article draws from her work as a Civic Science Fellow with Ciencia Puerto Rico to create a guide for researchers and communicators…

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Civico Platform Launch

Sigma Xi announced the release of Civico—a new online platform that provides a one-stop shop for science policy opportunities at the state level. Advanced by Civic Science Fellow Andrew George and Senior Fellow in Civic Science & Public Policy Adriana Bankston, the platform supports early-career individuals to learn about different pathways…

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The misinformation recognition and response model

Civic Science Fellow Michelle Amazeen published an article in Human Communication Research outlining a new framework for developing a multidisciplinary understanding of recognition and response to misinformation. The model incorporates consideration of individual characteristics, processes to recognize misinformation, and different coping strategies that affect outcomes.

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APLU Releases Roadmap for Advancing Publicly Engaged Scholarship

Modernizing Scholarship for the Public Good, a new report from the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU), offers actionable steps public universities can take to support publicly engaged researchers and accelerate public impact. Authored by Civic Science Fellow Elyse Aurbach and colleagues, the report that brings together guidance from…

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