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Crowley and Scott to speak at American Youth Policy Forum

Mar 19, 2019

Penn State’s Max Crowley and Taylor Scott, along with Emily Douglas, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, will be presenting on the Research-to-Policy Collaboration Model at the American Youth Policy Forum taking place March 25, 10 – 11:30 a.m. in Washington D.C. At the forum, “Evidence-Based Policy:…

Sharing your research expertise with policymakers

Feb 18, 2019

Please consider joining the Rapid Response Network for the Research-to-Policy Collaboration (RPC), which involves preparing and engaging researchers around policy efforts related to their expertise because doing so is thought to support policymakers' use of research evidence. We are identifying…

Scott and Crowley author latest “Why Social Science?”

Jan 30, 2019

Explaining how social science can improve government efficiency via government policy, Penn State’s Taylor Scott, research assistant professor with the Edna Bennett Pierce Prevention Research Center, and Max Crowley, assistant professor in human development and family studies, co-authored this…

Improving the Use of Research Evidence in Policy: A Workshop for Faculty

Aug 6, 2018

Date: August 15th from 1:30-3:30pmLocation: 116 Biobehavioral Health Building (Zoom option is also available, see registration for details) Please Register here*Registration is required; Kindly register no later than Friday, August 10th Scientists rarely receive formal training on ways to engage…