[Taxacom] Sign Up for Policy News from AIBS and Enter for the Chance to Win Prizes
Julie Palakovich Carr
jpalakovichcarr at aibs.org
Mon Aug 22 12:03:48 CDT 2011
The American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) helps scientists stay informed about rapidly changing developments in Washington, DC, that can have a direct and long-lasting impact on science and science education in the United States.
To stay appraised of these developments, sign up for a free subscription to the AIBS Public Policy Report and/or AIBS Legislative Action Center, and enter for a chance to win a special gift.
The AIBS Public Policy Report provides the latest news and analysis of issues concerning the science community, including funding for scientific research, changes to federal research programs, support for science education programs and fellowships, threats to evolution and climate change education, and much more.
The AIBS Legislative Action Center is an online tool that facilitates quick and effective communication between scientists and their elected officials. Subscribers receive action alerts about specific opportunities to influence science policy.
For a limited time, AIBS will provide five lucky new subscribers with a special gift. From Monday, August 22, 2011 through Friday, October 7, 2011, new subscribers to the AIBS Public Policy Report and/or AIBS Legislative Action Center will automatically be entered into a drawing to receive one of the following prize packages.
-Three randomly selected winners will each receive a $20 Amazon Gift Card + a copy of AIBS Congressional Directory + a copy of Communicating Science: A Primer for Working with the Media (Value: $52.90)
-Two randomly selected winners will each receive a copy of AIBS Congressional Directory + a copy of Communicating Science: A Primer for Working with the Media (Value: $32.90)
There is no cost to subscribe to the AIBS Public Policy Report or AIBS Legislative Action Center. Subscribe to both lists to maximize your chances of winning.
Enter the contest at http://www.aibs.org/public-policy/news/subscribe.html#031366
Julie Palakovich Carr
Senior Public Policy Associate
American Institute of Biological Sciences
1444 I Street, NW Suite 200
Washington, DC 20005
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