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Learning Through Citizen Science Report Launch

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Learning Through Citizen Science: Enhancing Opportunities by Design

A Report Launch and Video Release Event

Join us for a robust discussion of the major findings and recommendations in Learning Through Citizen Science. Committee Chair Raj Pandya will be joined by the following guests for an intimate conversation about how citizen science can support science learning:

Mary Ellen Hannibal, award-winning author and contributor to The San Francisco Chronicle and The New York Times

John Mather, Senior Project Scientist on the James Webb Space Telescope at NASA, Nobel Prize Laureate in Physics, Committee Member

Phil Bell, Executive Director of the University of Washington Institute for Math and Science Education

Megan Bang, Senior Vice President of the Spencer Foundation, Committee Member


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