Successful D.C. Trip!

The 2022 PCS trip to Washington D.C. was a success. We were so glad to bring back this program – participants this year met with members of the National Academy of Sciences and staff at the Library of Congress. We had an evening mixer with D.C. professionals and concluded by splitting into groups to meet with representatives about three topics important to us: food insecurity, energy policy, and STEM education. We are thrilled to have this session in person again!

General Interest Meeting (GIM)

Princeton Citizen Scientists will be holding a GIM on April 14th at 5:30 p.m. We will be discussing the year’s progress and projects, and events we hope to hold in the 2021 – 2022 academic year. We will also field any questions about task forces, current and future work, and elections for PCS leadership: elections will be held in late April.

We look forward to seeing you there. For a link to the event, please contact Anna Jacobson.

Policy Memo Complete!

Four members of Princeton Citizen Scientists, Sarah-Marie Bruno, Anna Jacobson, Katja Luxem, and Rob Oldham gathered this summer to write a policy memo in response to newly proposed immigration restrictions. The memo has just been released and is being widely distributed to federal representatives.

The memo is available for download here. For questions on getting involved with memo distribution, please reach out to us via our contact page.