Citizen Science Association
Citizen Science Month: April
In just a couple of years, Global Citizen Science Month (April) has grown from a single day of events, to a coordinated effort supported by SciStarter, the National Library of Medicine, Arizona State University, the Citizen Science Association, Science Friday, and many other collaborators from around the world. Global Citizen Science Month encompasses events and opportunities to contribute to projects. And April is just around the corner! It’s time to prepare. Whether you’re planning a Citizen Science Month event or just looking to participate, visit CitizenScienceMonth.org to get started.
Looking for support as an event facilitator? Attend an event just for you this Citizen Science Month. At this event, you can join SciStarter and the Citizen Science Association for this open non-recorded workshop in which two moderators will facilitate an open discussion about the challenges, lessons learned, and awesome parts of doing citizen science in an event setting for a public audience. Join to learn from colleagues around the world and to network. Register via Zoom for April 11 at 12 PM ET.
Find other Citizen Science Month resources and events, for both practitioners and the public, at CitizenScienceMonth.org.
Contact Caroline Nickerson (CarolineN@SciStarter.org) and Vivienne Byrd (email@example.com) with any questions.