Join us throughout CCST S&T Week for events celebrating the importance of science informing State policymaking, including:
- Assembly/Senate Floor Resolutions
Recognizing S&T Week (Feb. 20)
- California Science Translators
Showcase (Feb. 20, 2-4p, Basement)
UC, CSU, Caltech, and Stanford
graduate students will explain their
policy-relevant science at this mixer.
- CCST Expert Briefing: Makerspaces
(Feb. 21, 1:30-3:00p, Rm 127)
Panelists will discuss "making" in
California higher education.
- CCST S&T Week Reception and
Leadership Awards Ceremony
(Feb. 21, 5-8p, Cafeteria 15L)
RSVP for this special gathering
announcing our inaugural awardees!
- Senator Skinner, Science in Policy Mentorship Award
- Secretary of State Padilla, Science in Public Service Award
- Assemblymember Obernolte, Frontiers in Technology Policy Award
- Assemblymember Irwin, Emerging Science Champion Award
- Federal Lab Impact Report: Check out our brand new report that highlights the resources
Federal Labs bring to California Decision makers here!
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2/15/18: Timely Science Explained Clearly at State Capitol: Feb. 20th "Translators Showcase" to Connect California Grad Students with Members, Staff
2/15/18: Celebrating Science in Service to California Policy: CCST to Host Science & Technology Week in State Capitol, Starting Feb. 20th
The California Council on Science and Technology (CCST) was established via the
California State Legislature in 1988 to provide the Governor, the Legislature, and
other State entities with sound scientific advice on public policy issues.
Partnering with the University of California, California State University, California
Community Colleges, Stanford, Caltech, NASA and DOE federal labs, and beyond,
CCST translates and delivers timely information and impartial advice to State
policymakers. We make sure that science is at your service.
California's policies are stronger with science. We invite you to join us this
February for CCST Science & Technology Week — and help us celebrate the role of
science in guiding the future of California's economy, society, and environment!
Get updates and invitations to CCST S&T Week events and arrange in-office briefings.
RSVP to Puneet Bhullar, firstname.lastname@example.org or Sarah Brady, PhD, email@example.com, or via the RSVP button below.
CCST is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization established via ACR 162 (1988).
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