What is it about?

Differences between the outputs of academic science and those of science policy con- tribute to a critical science-policy challenge — the inability of academia to sufficiently value either the outputs of the policy process as comparable to academic outputs, or the expertise required to maintain and develop policy. This article describes currency variances used in these two ecosystems and identifies opportunities to better support science-policy collaborations for more effective research, teaching and service.

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Why is it important?

Few colleges and universities in the United States adequately prepare students to become scientists with expertise operating in science-policy spaces. Consequently, most academic scientists lack sufficient training in the policy process, exposure to science diplomacy and capacity to deliver science advice.

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This page is a summary of: Preparing Scientists for Science Diplomacy Requires New Science Policy Bridges, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, August 2020, Brill, DOI: 10.1163/1871191x-bja10024.
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