NRMN Partners in Action Meeting at FASEB

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Contributed by the National Research Mentoring Network

On Monday, April 19th, representatives from NRMN partner societies met at the main campus of FASEB in Bethesda, MD for an NRMN Partners in Action meeting. 

This is the third meeting of its kind, with meetings now convening every six months.

Representatives from 14 different scientific and professional societies met with NRMN representatives to discuss updates since the last partners meeting in October 2015, to review new initiatives emerging from NRMN, and to engage in generative discussions about the creation of new initiatives to maximize engagement among partner society members in support of an inclusive nationwide community culture of researchers through the National Research Mentoring Network.

Themes included telling individual success stories, sharing content and social media across networks, arranging unique collaborative programming, maximizing the new features on the website and social media, measuring the engagement of members from specific societies in NRMN, and reviewing the ways in which societies have already been engaging with NRMN across the past year.

The result was a long list of exciting new possibilities for collaboration as well as a celebration of the successes already taking place for diverse scientists across the country.

The next meeting is slated to take place in late Fall of 2016.

A recent example of awareness-building of NRMN through article in ASPB March/April 2016 Newsletter


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