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2021 Symposium: COVID-19 Science and Society

  • 23 Sep 2021
  • 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Virtual Event
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  • Pre-approved student participants. Fee waived
  • Class of 2021 Members
  • Registration for WA Science Teachers through WSTA

Registration is closed

The COVID-19 pandemic has upended life in Washington, nationally, and globally. It has highlighted the importance of science in addressing societal challenges, and the many links between science and larger social issues, including social justice, political discourse, and economic activity. This year’s WSAS symposium will occur roughly 18 months into the pandemic. It will focus on what we have learned thus far, including biomedical aspects, broader social implications, and the many connections between them. We will pay particular attention to the implications for Washington—and on how scientific insight can help crystallize the lessons learned, inform the recovery process, and build resilience against future disasters.

This is a virtual event. Attendees must register to attend. 

Registration closes on September 20.

WSAS members MUST log in to register to receive the member rate. 

Click the 'Register' button at the bottom left of the page to register.

Questions about registration should be directed to elizabeth.jarowey@washacad.org.

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