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Presentations by Elizabeth DiGangi, SUNY Binghamton; Annette Lee, St. Cloud State University; and Fatimah Jackson, Howard University at Indiana University on April 1, 2019.

Computer scientists, cryptologists, statisticians and other experts share a number of concerns about voting technology, election security, and the verifiability of election results.

The EPI Center is bringing scientific evidence on key public issues to decision-makers in a way that is timely, clear, and actionable. 

Our team provides information on key issues to help shape debate and serve as a resource for policymakers who have questions about where to go for scientific insights.

We are currently reviewing additional opportunities for local and regional engagement. If you would like to be involved or learn more, contact us:

The AAAS Center for Scientific Evidence in Public Issues (EPI Center) makes it easier for policymakers and other decision-makers to access scientific evidence and information and then integrate that evidence into their decision-making process.

The members of the Advisory Council made significant contributions to conceiving and launching the Center for Scientific Evidence in Public Policy (EPI Center). The Advisory Council continues to ensure the independence, quality, objectivity and non-partisanship of the EPI Center’s work.

A presentation by Maithilee Kunda, Vanderbilt University at an Engaging Scientists campus event, November, 2018

This past fall, the U.S. Census Bureau became the newest agency to host a AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow (STPF) when it took on a data science researcher.

Workshop and presentation organized by AAAS DoSER's Engaging Scientists project for the 2018 American Society for Human Genetics Conference.

Twenty-three professionals who work to foster connections among scientific communities have been named AAAS Community Engagement fellows for 2019.

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